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Old 07-13-2013, 02:23 PM   #1
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Default gt rear end or posi

I am on a low budget and I just want to let the power reach both my wheels would it me best to just install a posi ? Or cheaper to just get a gt rear end?
So far ive got a vmptune , m2 headers , resonator delete , underdrive pulleys soon.
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Old 07-13-2013, 03:07 PM   #2
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It was actually cheaper for me to just swap to the 8.8 - I tried to build the 7.5 only to break it. Swapped to the 8.8 for less than it cost me to build the 7.5 with tlok and gears. And all it took to break the 7.5 was a CAI, tune, and a set of drag radials. Broke it before the end of the summer.
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I guess I should just get the 8.8 chrck junkyards ? And parts resellers?
Any good websites?
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Honestly you used to be able to get them for under 1K at several places but not anymore.
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Ivan - go to car-part.com and you can search used part yards in your area.
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