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Old 07-21-2011, 08:14 PM   #46
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i ordered the steel diffs listed above and HD CVD bones front/rear.
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Old 07-21-2011, 09:35 PM   #47
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and to answer the other question about gearing it is 23/72
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and none of the pinions i have here are 48p. to the shop tomorrow i guess. should i look at stepping up the spur as well?
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if you get 17-19 pinion the spur should be good. just watch your temps
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wouldnt that slow me down? (sorry if thats backwards its early and my brain is waterlogged with all the rain we have had here recently)
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Awesome! Thanks for all the help man. I only plan on running 2s (drifting mostly) but that will get me in the ballpark.

I'm suprised you only needed to run the outdrives in the rear as I am seeing more wear in the front and the rears look great. I need to step up to the cvds next time I break the plastic ones...
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