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Old 01-15-2007
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7.5 rear end, locker or...?

Don't know much about the axle and such on my truck. When i go wheelin and get in some mud only one wheel spins. How do I fix this? Like i said i have the 7.5, 2.3l, manual.
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You could go the locker route...but what I would reccomend is find a junkyard 8.8 and put the locker in that. It's only a little bit more expensive.
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i would just get positraction. Its like a locker but half the cost. And even cheaper is a limited slip unit.
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I have a limited slip for a 7.5 for sale
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arent L/s adn posi the same thing?

i would look for a 8.8 and put a locker in it
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yes posi and l/s are the same
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all i need is something that will make it to where im not one wheelin through mud. so watever wil work. correct me if my wrong but i do have the 7.5 right?
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from what i have found unless you have the 4.0 or 4x4, your year is a 7.5
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Find a jy 8.8 with ls and maybe even some 4.10's and you'll be set. I am not sure how many locerks are available for a 7.5 anyways.
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I have a limited slip for a 7.5 for sale
how much are you asking for the limited slip 7.5?
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how much r u asking for the limited slip 7.5
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sale pending with Ryan right now, but if it falls through ill let you know.
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