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Old 11-13-2006, 02:50 PM   #1
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There's a TRF 415 thread on this forum

Anyway, if your running diffs both front and rear, they are a direct replacement to the old pulleys. Also, you will need to set the belt tension as low as possible, as the belt as less slack due to the larger pulley. Because the pulleys are one tooth larger, the internal ratio of the car goes from 2.1875 to 2.25.

If you plan to run a oneway, and get the oneway pulley for the front, you will need to shave the material off the pulley to get it to fit.

For the spool it is also a direct replacement.
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There's a TRF 415 thread on this forum

Anyway, if your running diffs both front and rear, they are a direct replacement to the old pulleys. Also, you will need to set the belt tension as low as possible, as the belt as less slack due to the larger pulley. Because the pulleys are one tooth larger, the internal ratio of the car goes from 2.1875 to 2.25.

If you plan to run a oneway, and get the oneway pulley for the front, you will need to shave the material off the pulley to get it to fit.

For the spool it is also a direct replacement.
so the rear would be a direct replacement? or would i have to shave the rear pulley also?
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so the rear would be a direct replacement? or would i have to shave the rear pulley also?
raed the previous quote again
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so the rear would be a direct replacement? or would i have to shave the rear pulley also?
Yes the rear would be a direct replacement no modification required.

For the one-way I believe you can wait for the MRE version of the one-way, and you wouldn't have to shave material off the pulley.
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i reread it ya that makes sense, sorry i have a head cold today...

thanks for the info i just need to find a rear diff pulley. im not sure if i want to keep the oneway up front or run a spool. i found a place that has the one way for the mre though

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