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Old 04-03-2005, 04:27 PM
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in the Hill AFB/Salt lake City area, good place to get gears chagned out in bronco

i'm wanting ot change gears in my bronco to 4.10 in both rear/front from my 3.55 gears. i want it for towing my big block mustang and a lil more fun off roading. besides, i got 33 inch tires when stock is 31.

how much would it cost me? any 4x4 shops around? any suggestions for places.
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Talk to Randy at Advanced Four Wheel Drive Systems. Going to a 4:10 will probably require the carrier to be changed also, not sure but I believe 3.90 would be the lowest you could go with the original carrier.
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will i have to change carriers in both or just hte front? where is this place and any numbers?
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