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hello all, I have a 95 2wd 4.0 OHV with the 5spd in it. got a HP 44 that i am rebuilding for this little project of mine but am wondering what TC should i be lookin for here? i did a search but to no avail.... i would like it to be a manual shift without havin to switch the TC to that...
from my experience underdrive pullies are worth the money. i have a set of UPR underdrives on my stang and i felt a little gain by the seat of my pants. but it seems like the motor revs a little quicker too.
well first off u should do a search. dont know if u did that or not. but i got 3 inches out of it by blocking it in the rear and slamming the torsion bars all the way down. i dont know if u could really do alot of slamming with the 4x4 without throwin your CV axles into a really bad angle.
sry about the bad description i meant trac loc. rather tall?? i have 3.27's with an open diff. they suck. but i have the factory trac loc and 3 55's outta my stang. thought maybe i could fit it in there. but the splines are different count so i guess its a no go unless i get a rear end out of a...
ok i have a mustang true loc LS with 3.55 gears. will this work in my rear end? are the axles the same and can hold up? also. are there any nice short throw shifters out there for the 5 spd??? doesnt even need to be short throw but i hate that bulky stick and knob. TIA