As some of you may know,it comes with just about everything you need,enough pinion shims to last my lifetime,but no instruction or spec sheet at all. That is a little strange,as most gear sets come with that.Oh well,have to pull out the shop manual.
Well I do my own 9 inch setups,plus a Mopar 8 3/4 once in a while,but this will be my first with the Ford 8.8. Same basics apply,just have to work under the car....Ugh!Sure would be nice to have that Eagle,or BackYard Buddy Lift right now!
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On 2001-12-13 22:46, Black Sunshine #161 wrote:
I DID MY OWN 410'S.........SO JUST CURIOUS BUT YOU DONT LIKE THE 410'S?
Well, given the intended use of the car(open track, street driven and occasional strip) the 4.10s are too much. My last time at the road track I was constantly at the wrong rpm entering and exiting turns. I am sure I would love them at the strip, but for most of my driving they are too much.
Well, I had the 3.73s put in today. It was like an old friend(I had 3.73s in my previous Mustang). It just felt right to me. Those 4.10s just came on sooo fast with the blower that I couldn't keep up, live and learn I guess.
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