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Old 11-08-2012, 05:14 PM
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Dumb question

Do all 2013 F150 4X4s with the 3.73 or 3.55 elocker have the 9.75 gears?
I thought all 4x4s had 9.75 from about 07 and up but the 2013 order guide doesn't say so. I want to order a new truck and I have had good luck with the 9.75
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Old 11-08-2012, 07:35 PM
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all F150's have the 9.75" rear, except trucks equipped with the 3.7L v6.

the 3.7L's allow the owner to choose whatever production rear they like, so long as it is a ford 8.8" with 3.73 gears.
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I knew that was a dumb question...
Makes me feel better the 9.75 has specs close to Dana 60 and I knew my 09 Fx4 was 9.75
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I knew that was a dumb question...
Makes me feel better the 9.75 has specs close to Dana 60 and I knew my 09 Fx4 was 9.75
Thanks

Not dumb at all. Feel free to ask any question and I'm confident that you'll get an answer or a way to find to find it.
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I need to correct that also. when equipped with the 3.7L, all 4x4's and extended cab trucks get 3.73's. standard cab 4x2's get 3.55's standard, with 3.73's being the option,

I know you are shopping for the larger rear, but on the off chance that anyone else was wondering, i thought i'd be as accurate as possible.
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