perf-list-digest Sunday, April 18 1999 Volume 02 : Number 090
Ford Truck Enthusiasts - Performance
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In this issue:
George Miller wrote:
> Didn't the F150 had the 9" through '86?
> George Miller
> Steve Randa wrote:
> > Last night I opened the rear end in my '84 F150 to install a Powertrax
> > locker. The locker has become a Mustang hand-me-down. I was suprised to
> > see a slightly different carrier than what I'm used to. No clutches or
> > S-spring! Someone please educate me here...
> > First, is this not considered a Traction-Loc. No posi or limited slip?
> > Second, since I am gutting the carrier should I proceed with what's in
> > it or go for the spare Traction-Loc carrier out of the Mustang? Will it
> > fit? The real question here is which housing is stronger minus internals?
> > I'm also having the gear changed as well, and since the Mustang's rear
> > is half the age of the truck's, should I utilize any of the other parts:
> > caps, bearings, shims, bolts, etc.? Or is that a no no?
> > Finally, should I leave the axle tube bearings and seals alone if the
> > axle itself appears okay?
> > Steve Randa
> > '84 F150
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