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Old 10-30-2013, 12:51 PM   #1
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Will this fit on a 2010 v6

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I am just curious to if this fits the 2010 v6 mustang because it says 2011 thats y im unsure and this does come with the limited slip diff so that i could do a 2 wheel burnout if i wanted too (not that i would) but yea im just curious hope full i got some help
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I am just curious to if this fits the 2010 v6 mustang because it says 2011 thats y im unsure and this does come with the limited slip diff so that i could do a 2 wheel burnout if i wanted too (not that i would) but yea im just curious hope full i got some help
Oh I'm sure you would. Why else would you want to buy it?
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Oh I'm sure you would. Why else would you want to buy it?
idk for non tacing reasons so im more stable on the ground lol
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idk for non tacing reasons so im more stable on the ground lol
So you want to be more stable on the and not be involved in any racing?
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Old 10-30-2013, 01:53 PM   #6
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I'm pretty sure it can fit. It's like you can the IRS from a cobra in a GT just need the parts for it.

Idk what the difference between the 2010 and the 2011 suspension. But I think it should fit.
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I don't see why this wouldn't fit your car but I want to look into this for your first. Since it fits the 11+ V6's, I don't see why it wouldn't fit the 2010! I'm going to reach out to FRPP really quick and get an exact answer. I'm assuming it's just going to be a small typo though and that it should fit fine!

I'll be sure to let you know!

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Need the entire axle as a replacement? Just a gear swap with a different ratio could do the trick, or were the 2010 axles that much of a difference (no limited slip)?
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Need the entire axle as a replacement? Just a gear swap with a different ratio could do the trick, or were the 2010 axles that much of a difference (no limited slip)?
I believe the 2010 has the 7.5 axel?
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Physically it fits, you just have to change the pinion flange over so your V6 drive shaft fits.
7.5 to 8.8 rearend swap questions...
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Physically it fits, you just have to change the pinion flange over so your V6 drive shaft fits. 7.5 to 8.8 rearend swap questions...
thanks bro
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I believe the 2010 has the 7.5 axel?
Thanks; was not aware of that....I thought all the Mustangs were 8.8.
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I believe the 2010 has the 7.5 axel?
This completely slipped my mind. I contacted FRPP directly and received the response that it wouldn't fit because you have a 7.5 rear end! Like listed above, you could probably make it fit if you'd like do but it won't be a direct bolt on.

I hope this helps and appreciate your patience while I found out the correct answer!

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An 8.8 rear end from a 2011+ will be a direct fit on a 2005-10 V6. The pinion flange was changed in 2011 and as a result it doesn't have to be changed. Earlier rear ends off 2005-10 GT's just need the pinion change. Everything else mounts exactly the same.
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An 8.8 rear end from a 2011+ will be a direct fit on a 2005-10 V6. The pinion flange was changed in 2011 and as a result it doesn't have to be changed. Earlier rear ends off 2005-10 GT's just need the pinion change. Everything else mounts exactly the same.
Not to question u bro but are u sure cuz its 1300 dollars i dont wanna buy the wrong thing u know wat i mean bro and thanks for the help
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Not to question u bro but are u sure cuz its 1300 dollars i dont wanna buy the wrong thing u know wat i mean bro and thanks for the help
Positive. I've installed 2 on a 2006 and used to broker rear ends for a take off supplier. The first 2011+ rear end we sold had the right flange and didn't have to be changed for a 2008 V6. The only reason it says 2011-14 V6 Mustang is because the 2005-10 had the 7.5.

Both rear ends are 3 link attachment. So it bolts right in.
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Positive. I've installed 2 on a 2006 and used to broker rear ends for a take off supplier. The first 2011+ rear end we sold had the right flange and didn't have to be changed for a 2008 V6. The only reason it says 2011-14 V6 Mustang is because the 2005-10 had the 7.5. Both rear ends are 3 link attachment. So it bolts right in.
Thanks bro where can u buy the correct flange for it to be correct
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American Muscle has the flange if you need it. It is the cobra flange.

But the rear end you linked to says it is "original equipment on 2012-2014 Boss" so it should have the correct pinion flange for your 2010 V6.
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American Muscle has the flange if you need it. It is the cobra flange. But the rear end you linked to says it is "original equipment on 2012-2014 Boss" so it should have the correct pinion flange for your 2010 V6.
Damn bro good lookn out man ur alot of help
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