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I have a set of 4.56 Genuine Gear ring and pinion set . I had installed them on a 2000 ford Excursion Dana 50 Up front and 10.25 In the rear .I used them probably for about 3000 miles and went back to my old set up (3.73) becuase didn't like them when I would take long road trips . I have had them for a couple of years ,but are in good condition . I am looking to get 200.00 for them or will trade for dual shock set up kit or Shock absorber remote control kit for the rx9000 shocks. having trouble posting pics but wil post later tonight.
 

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What size tires were you running? How many r's were you turning at 65? I'm looking for some but I was thinking somewhere around 4.10's .
 

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I was running 37 inch tires and I was revving about 2200rpms at 65 I think .its being I while so can't be for sure
 

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I am currently 3.73 but adding lift and going to 37X13.50X20's, would 4.56 be too much? Would 4.10 be better? I am interested, not sure of my axle setup though, I have a 2005 (late 05) f250 4X4. What is best way to tell what I have front and rear? thx
 

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I am currently 3.73 but adding lift and going to 37X13.50X20's, would 4.56 be too much? Would 4.10 be better? I am interested, not sure of my axle setup though, I have a 2005 (late 05) f250 4X4. What is best way to tell what I have front and rear? thx
Won't work for you as you have a Dana 60 up front and a sterling 10.5 in the rear:thumb:
 

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Personally I would stick with the 3.73 unless you pull a trailer or something heavy frequently or if you don't travel long distances . I think your front diff is a dana 60 and I am not sure if if the front ring and pinion will fit your front dif. the back dif if im not mistaking should be the 10.25.
 

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Personally I would stick with the 3.73 unless you pull a trailer or something heavy frequently or if you don't travel long distances . I think your front diff is a dana 60 and I am not sure if if the front ring and pinion will fit your front dif. the back dif if im not mistaking should be the 10.25.
Actually I believe the sterling went from the 10.25 to the 10.5 in 99 so the 2000 excursion would have the 10.5:thumb:
 

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thx for the info everyone - guess I am out
 

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You might be right Vitalidle . But to be sure or to avoid any confusion ,this is the part numbers G/G FD1025456L for the back dif and Front is G/G D50-456... Sorry had trouble with pics so if any body wants any pics just give me your e-mail til I try to figure out how to post pics.
 

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wrong post
 

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ya I saw that after i posted! my bad. got kinda excited when i saw them for sale. sorry
 
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