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Old 11-12-2007, 08:18 PM
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needs some ideas

i want to get some 4.10's where do i get them and how do i no what size my axle is. i have 01 f350
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Old 11-12-2007, 08:29 PM
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your rear end is either 10.25 or 10.5... both pretty much same size..... you can get aftermarket gears or get ford OEM 4.10
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Old 11-12-2007, 08:32 PM
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what would you recomend with the gears.
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Old 11-12-2007, 08:42 PM
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in brand or gear ratio? i dont think its worth it unless your gonna do the install.. cause your gonna have to regear both axles and usually they charge 400-600 per axle just for labor to install them..... but as brand their are a couple i would recomend... either genuine gear or precision grear
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Old 11-12-2007, 09:14 PM
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sweet thanks. i would do it my self but i dont no if you any specialty tools and i have never done it before. but i deffinatly wont take it to the dealer. but i have some one who could put them in for pretty cheap i just need to figure out how to get them and how much
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Old 11-12-2007, 09:51 PM
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I have used Richmond Gears in a coulple of Builds, they are strong as @#(%! Don't know if they make any gears for the Super Duty's though...worth looking into...
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Contact Randy's Ring and Pinion they have everything you will need and they are very helpful. Depending on what tire size you have or plan on 4:10 might not be enough. In order to find out what you have now, there should be a axle code on the door jamb, tell us what that is and I will look it up. There should also be a metal tag on one of the bolts for the diff cover, tell me the numbers that are on the tag.
As for doing the job yourself, this is not something I would attempt without somebody being there who knows what they are doing. You can chew up some expensive parts real quick. I paid $1,200 in labor for front and rear on my old truck. I used Superior Gears and Timken bearings, be sure to change all the bearings while you are in there, it doesn't cost much more, Randy's will have a complete kit.
Good Luck
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right on thanks. ya i wouldnt try and tackle that my self unless i had some one who knew what they were doin watchin over my back. but i would like to learn how to do it.
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Old 11-13-2007, 12:50 PM
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right on thanks. ya i wouldnt try and tackle that my self unless i had some one who knew what they were doin watchin over my back. but i would like to learn how to do it.
yah i wouldnt try it myself.... good way to screw something up... let me know if you need a price and ill shoot it over to ya...
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