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Old 10-01-2009
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I dont know but if you do have some acid hook me up!
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[Sarcasm] Forget LS, lets all just Weld em [/Sarcasm]
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because it says 4.10 regular axle. below is a link to the window sticker:

http://services.forddirect.fordvehic...yr15e16pa78290


Y'all realized he answered his own question in the first post right? lol

FWIW, id rather have 4.10s than the 3.55s i have. I do have a LSD though... together, we can make one good axle.
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But a pain in the *** for daily driving with a manual transmission.... ask me how i know....
How do you know?!

I'm running that exact setup. You just have to learn how to use the clutch and gas pedals. I could show you how if you'd like...

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I've got an aussie with 4.88's and a stage 2 clutch. I just can't let anyone drive it. That's why it's a pain in the ***.....always requires a tutorial of popping the shifter in neutral to unlock it at those nice, awkward speed and awkward degree of turns that you sometimes deal with.

Give me a selectable locker...i'll be much happier.

I've put about 10k on it since the locker install....I think I know how to drive it.
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Y'all realized he answered his own question in the first post right? lol

FWIW, id rather have 4.10s than the 3.55s i have. I do have a LSD though... together, we can make one good axle.

Can't count on window stickers....YEARS ago we were putting a No Slip into Sawred (Mike from NJ)'s supposed open rear at Griggs house.
Turns out they put a LS into his truck, even though the sticker said reg axle. He actually had Ford order and put an open 8.8 in so he could put the No Slip in!
Probably a fluke, but nonetheless it was an LS where there should have been an open.
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If you do have lsd. I want some!!
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^^^ Finally someone else in on the REAL reason for this thread.
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I've got an aussie with 4.88's and a stage 2 clutch. I just can't let anyone drive it. That's why it's a pain in the ***.....always requires a tutorial of popping the shifter in neutral to unlock it at those nice, awkward speed and awkward degree of turns that you sometimes deal with.

Give me a selectable locker...i'll be much happier.

I've put about 10k on it since the locker install....I think I know how to drive it.
I'm just giving you a hard time. I've got 25k on my Lock-Right I picked up on ebay, and it took a few weeks to get used to. Pretty much transparent now to me, but, yeah, it gives "new" and "guest" drivers a hard time.

My brother had both the Lock-Right and No-Slip lockers on the same type of setup and said while the Lock-Right could be ill mannered at times, the No-Slip showed no such problems (and he tried to make it misbehave).
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Well since were on the topic of a limited-slip I've been thinking of getting one. I'd like the extra traction, and I could use the install as a class project. I just have no idea what kind to get with my truck as a daily. There are so many options like Aussie, OBX, Auburn, etc.

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I dont know but if you do have some acid hook me up!
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If you do have lsd. I want some!!
Lol, I just had to.

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