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Old 09-25-2013, 08:57 PM   #1
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Need some advice....... I just exploded the diff in my v6 mustang, I had previously seen a frpp limited slip for the 7.5 but it now looks like it has been discontinued so I am SOL..... The only other 7.5 limited slip I have found is one for auburn and its a bit on the expensive side for me. So here come the questions....... (1) dose any one know if the limited slip 7.5 out of a Ranger will work in the mustang??? (2) dose anyone know how hard it is to put an 8.8 underneath??? (3) is there another limited slip out there on the market??? (4th and final) has anyone used the auburn??? Thanks for reading and the help sincerely, "going no where"
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The 8.8 out of the gt will work just make sure you take everything off that car
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Need some advice....... I just exploded the diff in my v6 mustang, I had previously seen a frpp limited slip for the 7.5 but it now looks like it has been discontinued so I am SOL..... The only other 7.5 limited slip I have found is one for auburn and its a bit on the expensive side for me. So here come the questions....... (1) dose any one know if the limited slip 7.5 out of a Ranger will work in the mustang??? (2) dose anyone know how hard it is to put an 8.8 underneath??? (3) is there another limited slip out there on the market??? (4th and final) has anyone used the auburn??? Thanks for reading and the help sincerely, "going no where"
I know I won't be much help but to answer question 2, it is easy. Get it off a GT, put it on, you got you a stronger axle, LSD, and maybe even get some higher gears
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Make sure it comes out of a 99-04 gt...if not you have a skinner rear that has a different gear. The 99-94 has the same 3:27 you do
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1. Yes, same ford 7.5 rears.
2. It bolts up in place of yours everything can transfer over as both gt and V6 use the same brakes and have the same bolt pattern on the pinion flange.
3. Eaton makes one.
4. My friend uses an auburn in his M112 car, so far has stood up to the abuse, another guy I know has one in his turbo 6 and its doing fine.
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Thanks for all the help it sounds like the best way to go is with a 8.8 only one question about that do I need some kind of hybrid GT/V6 driveline I know 99-01(early) have T-5 2001 1/2 to 2004 have T-3650 can I just use the slip yolk from my V6 on a GT driveline? again thanks for the help/advice that why this site is awesome!!!
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The rear ends from 99-04 are all the same transmission didn't affect anything, they also use the same bolt pattern on the driveshaft yoke flange so it's literally a straight swap unbolt yours bolt in 8.8.
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