Discussion in 'Need for Speed!' started by Turdle, August 13, 2007.
The 8.8 rear is very strong, that's the strongest link.
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Not in ranger form it isnt. 28 spline axles arent the best. The 31 spine you explorer guys have is maybe better. I figure a stout 306, a solid 4r70w, 4406 t case will do me right. That 8.8 will be the weak side.
This my first small truck build, I am normally wrenching on F350s with powerstrokes. So I am not to familiar with the abuse small stuff takes
I forgot that you have the Ranger and 28 spline axles. Just upgrade to the 31 spline parts, and it will survive a bunch.
So will a 9 inch lol
I really should just put my time/money/energy back into my other trucks that can handle the power lol
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Damper from Damper dudes(posted earlier in this thread).
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