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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-17-2012, 10:49 PM Thread Starter
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Rear end question. Responses needed

My 99 F250's rear diff is in need of help.. Lots of "slap" in differential. Does anyone know if there's an electronic locker for the sterling 10.25? If there is, is a good idea? Or should I just go back with a reg limited slip?
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-17-2012, 11:07 PM
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Re: Rear end question. Responses needed

auburn electric locker or an arb air locker...or the eaton locker would be my thoughts.

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Re: Rear end question. Responses needed

Depends on what you want to do... I pulled my diff and had a Spicer dealer r&r the clutches for about $160 (parts/labor) and I stuck it back in. Its more than fine for my needs. To do a full diff r&r (like a Tru-Trac) with gear setup, Id guess you'll be in it $800 minimum. Add another $150 if you have them do seals and all that stuff.

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Re: Rear end question. Responses needed

thanks guys i'll check into both
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Re: Rear end question. Responses needed

TruTrack is in my future, just for the increased traction.

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Re: Rear end question. Responses needed

I am very happy with my trutrac. It simply works when you want it to. When I was looking into this, the idea of a ARB seemed cool. But, the truth is, unless you are off roading, the trutrac is more practical.

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