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Old 08-01-2011, 05:03 AM
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Strongest Ring & Pinion Available ? Twisted Rear Off.... Look PICS !

What is the strongest ring and pinion I can buy for a 10.5 sterling/ford rearend? I twisted mine off on my 20th sled pull. Is yukon stronger than ford ? Does richmond make a 10.5 R&P?



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Old 08-01-2011, 07:28 AM
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Wow so are some awesome pics. Yukon would probably be stronger then Ford in my opinion.
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I know Yukon's are pretty strong, they are a little on the noisy side IMO, but with a Diesel you're not going to hear anything.

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Go to a semi repair shop and have them set you up with a custom flange so this wont happen again. I know a few guys that have done this for their pullers and its still hanging on strong.
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Twisted the pinion shaft off not the flange. Ended up going with Yukon golds
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Also get some drive line hoops made so they dont beat anything up anymore. Suprised you didn't all ready have them.
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Old 09-13-2011, 05:17 AM
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Yea, it needs something. Winter fabrication time isn't far off. Prolly look into driveshaft loops when I fab a 4 link
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holy crap man
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If you haven't installed them yet give Bobby a call.

HEAT TREAT & CRYO RING & PINION - Longfield Super Axles

Guys are running big power with big tires and the heat treating is helping the gears live.

Check Pirate4x4.Com - The largest off roading website in the world. for testimony.
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