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  1. ranch-verteran
    11-11-2013 05:20 PM - permalink
    need help with a 96 f250 rwd pickup, trying to figure out what to do with the rear end, i havent found much usefull information yet. I use the pickup for ranching and drive in all conditions. i have new tires and chains for winter but still doing the 1 tire race and it alternates. it would be nice at times to lock in the rear end and have both going, most of the time when i need it locked is when i am in heavy snow or a little mud.

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