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09-20-2012 01:15 PM
big gear head You can get a Power Trax locker and put in your differential case. That's the only thing that you can use in it. They jerk and pop some and are not very smooth. I recommend the Yukon Dura Grip. This is a very strong clutch type differential that works well on the street and strip. There are 2 versions available. The mild one has 2 springs in it and the agressive one has 4 springs. I like 4 springs. These are also rebuildable if you ever wear it out.
09-20-2012 12:10 PM
ford 9 inch question

I currently have a ford 9 inch that currently has a single track carrier, can i buy a posi clutch trac kit and install inside my carrier or do i have to buy a all new carrier?


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