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high perf. clutches for rear diff?

has anyone come across any aftermarket clutch and steel plates for the stock rear diff? ford sells a replacement kit, but they are stock replacement, stock is kinda boring. mine is due for a rebuild, thought maybe i would try to find something a little stronger. going to replace all the bearings and ring and pinion, the limited slip is leaning toward slip so i might as well do it all. thanks

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I think a southbend clutch is good
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south bend is for engine to tranny clutch, hes looking for rear end clutches.

i just went through the same thing, wanted to rebuild my rear end but was told i'd be better off to just buy an aftermarket locker, because even rebuilt these things aren't that great.


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i am waaaaaay to cheap to put in an aftermarket, i really dont do much off roading, just occasionally and not to aggressive, i figure the stock unit will work but upgrades are always cool, thanks for the input.

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If it were me I would go with either an aftermarket limited slip or a locker. Better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it.

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