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Old 08-01-2012, 02:07 AM   #1
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One tire fire

Does only your passenger tire spin or is something broke?
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To get both to spin you'll need a limited slip differential.
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What would that cost
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What would that cost
The cheapest one from AM is $250.



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Old 08-01-2012, 01:31 PM   #5
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Thanks I'll have to check that out.
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Re: One tire fire

By the time you get everything you want and need, and pay to have it installed, you are better off just swapping to an 8.8 off a GT and being done. The worst modding decision I ever made was trying to build up a 7.5 to handle the drag strip. In the end it actually cost more to build the 7.5 than it cost to swap a new take off 8.8 on after I broke the 7.5 (and its supposedly indestructible Richmond gears)
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Around how much does that end up costing
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Around how much does that end up costing
I just did new gears in mine total ran me just under a grand, not cheap man
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I just did new gears in mine total ran me just under a grand, not cheap man
I think I can live with a 1 tire fire. I just don't get why they would make the v6 mustangs like that since my 2000 ranger would leave long 11's every time I got on it.
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I think I can live with a 1 tire fire. I just don't get why they would make the v6 mustangs like that since my 2000 ranger would leave long 11's every time I got on it.
Idk but they use to sell at tlok for our cars that was only $205 but i think ford stoped making it :/
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Idk but they use to sell at tlok for our cars that was only $205 but i think ford stoped making it :/
They did, am sells the new auburn brand that runs about 479.00. It sucks but worth the upgrade. My stang is over 100000 miles so questioning getting it.
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This one from AM uses the 28 spline axle. (stock rear axle) its more expensive but it would probably pay for itself in the end.

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They did, am sells the new auburn brand that runs about 479.00. It sucks but worth the upgrade. My stang is over 100000 miles so questioning getting it.
I run that one with 4.10's and it works great!
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I have a v6 auto. 3.73 should work with that right?
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I have a v6 auto. 3.73 should work with that right?
Make sure it's for a 7.5" rear
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By the time you get everything you want and need, and pay to have it installed, you are better off just swapping to an 8.8 off a GT and being done. The worst modding decision I ever made was trying to build up a 7.5 to handle the drag strip. In the end it actually cost more to build the 7.5 than it cost to swap a new take off 8.8 on after I broke the 7.5 (and its supposedly indestructible Richmond gears)
Ya, but trying to find one,at least where i am. Is nearly impossible. Thats for a used one
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