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Old 01-28-2008
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Axle help

Hello i have a 98 ranger with a 3.0 and 5 spd standard and im pretty sure that i have a 7.5 rear end im trying to find out what size front end i might have im looking to install new gears and lockers thanks if anyone can help
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Old 01-28-2008
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you have a dana 35 its the same 98-08. Lock right and ausi make a locker for it. the 7.5 is junk i had one and blew it up within a week of running 33s. If your going through the trouble of regearing and want a locker get a 8.8 rear. Ausi lockright are a couple lunchbox lockers for the rear. I have a detroit which is a carrier replacement i like it. also there are a couple electronic lockers that i dont no much about.
a bit of help identifiying what you have and to know what to look for
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