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Old 07-26-2013, 12:15 AM   #1
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3.73 gears for 8.8 & Hurst shifter for TR3650

For sale is a set of 3.73 OEM Ford ring and pinion. Pulled from a low mileage wrecked Explorer. Tried to snap some good pics so everyone can see that they are in excellent condition. Asking 85 dollars shipped (continental US).
Also for sale is a Hurst shifter out of a Saleen. Comes with an aftermarket shift lever. I have a Tri-Ax and this shifter isn't as good IMO so it's better that someone else gives it a home. 60 dollars shipped(cont. US).
Please research this Hurst as it isn't the ProBillet sold by AM, etc. It is the shifter that comes stock on Saleens, manufactured by Hurst. Also please know about gears as Ford OEM parts are of good quality, but this is still a used gear set and installation typically requires a professional.
I will entertain trades for some 99-04, 05-09, and 87+ Fox body parts. Let me know what you have!
Sorry to those with slower connections, as I think pictures are worth many words.



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Do you have exact miles or the range for the gears?
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Not sure what you mean by range, but I pulled these gears a while back and the truck had somewhere in the 60k's mileage wise. Was what looked like a late 90's Exploder.. Maybe early 00's
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As in like a general range for the gears if you didnt know the miles. Like 20k-25k for example.
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Somewhere around 60k. I pulled a few sets that day and these were by far the best looking. The truck they came out of was in a frontal collision and otherwise looked like it was well maintained. I couldn't find any real wear on them at all. Kept these for "myself"... We see how that turned out, haha!
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Somewhere around 60k. I pulled a few sets that day and these were by far the best looking. The truck they came out of was in a frontal collision and otherwise looked like it was well maintained. I couldn't find any real wear on them at all. Kept these for "myself"... We see how that turned out, haha!
I know what I'm doing this weekend! Haha
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I know what I'm doing this weekend! Haha
It's harder to find good parts from a pick and pull then I made it sound.
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It's harder to find good parts from a pick and pull then I made it sound.
Yeah I know, it's worth the shot though! Haha
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