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    yep and a short side chromo shaft

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    Club Founder bigrubbers4x4's Avatar
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    I remember when he scattered his front r&p out at Murf, that's the same day we rolled you runner over in the snow and gas started filling the cab....lol.
    Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body,
    But rather to skid in sideways Totally worn out, shouting "HOLY SHIT.......WHAT A RIDE!!!"

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    Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body,
    But rather to skid in sideways Totally worn out, shouting "HOLY SHIT.......WHAT A RIDE!!!"

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    Here is the best deal i found yet:
    Front
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...K%3AMEWAX%3AIT
    Rear
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...K%3AMEWAX%3AIT

    Another issue is finding someone to assist in the install.
    '89 Bronco II - "Under Construction"

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    Don't forget the install kits.
    $27 mini $75 master for the front.
    $25 mini $95 master for the 8.8
    This is just ballpark. Shopping around will probably get ya a better price.

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    How do I know whether I need a master or mini install kit?
    '89 Bronco II - "Under Construction"

  7. #17
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    by your question on install kits id say your not gonna be the one installing them? if that's the case id let the person installing them answer that question. also I will say this that no matter the quality of the ring and pinion a poor install always ends up with poor results.

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    master install kit includes new bearings.... 95% of the time this is the way to go for obvious reasons. Plus the old side bearings usually get damaged during removal, depending on the carrier design
    DINK DINK!!!

    '79 CJ7, rebuilt 258, 4.0 Head, HEI, AX-15, D300 Low max 4:1, Flat Belly, Narrowed D44 w/ true trac & diff gaurd, Widetrack AMC20 w/ superior shafts, Homemade 4 wheel disk, I take it in the butt, Detroit locker & crane diff cover, 4" skyjacker lift, 2" BL, TJ flares, 35" tires, YJ booster, York OBA, YJ tub conversion, picklesmoocher, 6 pt. cage, F250 front shock towers, pure goat sex appeal :)daulmg
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