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Old 04-01-2013, 08:27 PM   #1
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Just ordered my 4:10 ford racing gears from American muscle. Can not wait to get them in and on the road! Only if I can find a shop near me open on weekends since I work out of town almost every week. If anyone knows a good shop near Greensboro nc please let me know.
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There's a guy in goldsboro that installs gears for pretty cheap. Check Raleigh/eastern nc craigslist to find him. I think if you bring the parts, its $160 labor.
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Just ordered my 4:10 ford racing gears from American muscle. Can not wait to get them in and on the road! Only if I can find a shop near me open on weekends since I work out of town almost every week. If anyone knows a good shop near Greensboro nc please let me know.
Awesome choice, you're really going to love the 4.10 Gears! Please let me know if you have any questions or need some assistance.

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Make sure to break them in properly. A few hundred easy miles should be good before really getting on it. Lots of people say don't worry about breaking them in, but let's say you end up with gear whine a few months down the road...you won't know if it's your fault or not because you didn't take the time to do it right and be cautious.
I heat cycled mine 10-15 times and did 400mi (that's one trip to college, so it was fast and painless) before I beat it.
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Ok cool thanks for the tip man
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What do you mean by heat cycled?
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