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Old 12-02-2013, 11:54 AM   #1
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answer quickly please gears? ??

Whats the difference from these.and.the ones made for the v6 ? Wondering because they are cheaper for cyber monday
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I believe we have the same rear end. They should fit fine. Ask AM to double check.
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Old 12-02-2013, 12:15 PM   #3
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Both the GT and V6 have an 8.8" rear end.
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If I didn't already buy the intake and strut tower brace I would have picked those up.

If you want to do it make sure you find a place that will do the install BEFORE you get the gears...so you don't have to spend weeks trying to find somewhere with the gear burning a hole in your pocket.

That way you'll make the best decision instead of a "Screw it, $400 for labor sounds okay, I want it done now"

Also make sure you get the full install kit and stuff (or so I'm told..)
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If I didn't already buy the intake and strut tower brace I would have picked those up.

If you want to do it make sure you find a place that will do the install BEFORE you get the gears...so you don't have to spend weeks trying to find somewhere with the gear burning a hole in your pocket.

That way you'll make the best decision instead of a "Screw it, $400 for labor sounds okay, I want it done now"

Also make sure you get the full install kit and stuff (or so I'm told..)
Install kit and bearing kit, and don't forget the gear oil (AM has a sale on that entire kit as well, its actually a pretty good deal).
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Install kit and bearing kit, and don't forget the gear oil (AM has a sale on that entire kit as well, its actually a pretty good deal).
Knew I forgot something!!!
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Most places that will do this job will want to replace all the hardware as in your shims and 8.8 bearing(s) due to wear of those components. Check around for the entire kit before purchasing gears for a deal or you will possibly pay more in the long run. AM right now is sailing the entire kit including the Royal Purple gear oil for 279.99 This is what I should have done when I thought my $90 Gear and Pin was a steal
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