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    Cameron Y

    • Year:1995
    • Make:Ford
    • Model:F-150

    Engine : inline 6

    Drivetrain : 4x4

    Transmission : no info

    VIN : no info

    95 f150 4wd sitting on 33x12.50-15 rebuilt motor trans and transfer case.. Guys i need help.. Im in a head twister here. Im new to the ford family and have no clue what way to go.. Im trying to figure wha axle i need to put in the front and either to keep the stock axle in the back and gear it out or what.. but im going to go with a 6 inch superflex suspension.. and i will be thankful for all the tips and helpful advice i can get on what i should do..

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    Reviewed by: Rick A 12/09/11 01:56AM

    Very nice truck love the red I've got a six Rc lift kit and a 3 inch body I've got 373 gears and my truck does great I had a 325 set before I lifted it now for axles I left mine stock front and rear they work great for what I use it for alot of guys swap out for the dana 60 but if you do that its alot of work and you will need to buy the lift for the mods you do so keep that in mind

    Reviewed by: Cameron Y 12/09/11 05:12PM

    so the so called straight axle thats on the front of the truck is holding up and running right with your lift and everything? Im not going to use it as like a everyday mudding truck.. It is a everday driver and play in mud when im in the mood lol.. and i was thinking of going 4.10 gears in back and 373 up front.

    Reviewed by: Chris F 12/19/11 12:39PM

    cameron, you can't run two different gears. If you run 4.10's in the rear, you have to run the same up front.

    Reviewed by: Cameron Y 12/20/11 09:57AM

    thanks chris.. See I learn something new everyday.. So what would be best then 4.10s or 3.73s.. And also what about gearing the transfer case out.. Any hekpful tips will help..

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