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gicknordon

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  1. I put the eaton tru trac in my dads 442 a couple years ago. Basically the same design as the torsen. He has been very happy with it. Always puts power to both wheels, no issues around turns, and you never have to worry about it wearing out.
  2. Yes its a heavier duty version of the Mride. There is one above this one pictures as well thats used on the planetary drive straight trucks that some of the south american companies order.
  3. Its actually a tri drive, no tag axle. I thouhgt it was an odd setup too. It does have the pogo stick with trailer cable and airlines. They have special clamps and mounts they use for transport. I doubt a customer would spec all that just for transport from the plant
  4. That's why I usually wait until i can out a $100 order together through summit, free shipping! When I say wait, I mean the 5 minutes it take me to find other stuff I "need" to get me to $100.
  5. The hood mirrors are optional. Normal round convex mirrors are what most get.
  6. The grease bank (grease jockey) is an option on all conventionals.
  7. And yet ford will sell everyone of them
  8. They torque limit them in the lower gears to save the transmission. You dont get the full 900 until like 3rd or 4th gear
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