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Old 11-20-2015, 07:09 PM   #11
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This is what you need. It actually includes the seal as an all-in-one fix.

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Old 11-20-2015, 07:22 PM   #12
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Thank you for all the info. Thats what ill do, might put in a 3:73 gear it has a 3:42
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Old 11-20-2015, 09:49 PM   #13
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No problem Buddy. Did you put those 3.42's in there?
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no thats what is stock so the tag says 3;42 L
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Took the old new bearings out and installed the new repair ones. Havent taking the Mustang for a ride yet its raining here so might try for Friday. I put in royal purple 80-90 and on the bottle said you don't need the friction modifier.That do you guys think? Also On the repair bearing there was a seal like on both sides so I don't know if the lube will be able to get to the bearings.I went through every article I could find about this and found nothing.See picture above the side that is up is in facing the gears direction. Hoping I am over thinking it..Time will tell
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That bearing it meant to be a sealed unit. It's correct to have a seal on both sides. I've never used any Royal Purple products, but AFAIK their products are top notch. I am thinking I'll swap the trans fluid out in my Mustang with some though.
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Took Mustang out today nice and quite. Also found the abs sensor was pushed back from when I push axle in to get the c clip out. I watch a video and they said to remove abs sensor if equipped. I now know why. I changed my trans fluid like 2 years ago when I put the Hurst shifter in. Easier to pour it in the shifter hole. I used regular atf. Should have done Lucus,amsoil or purple.
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That's how I've always done it. I hate pumping oil in, lol.
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who install this for f150?

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