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Have a 1995 F150 with an 8.8 rear and a 3.31 gear set from the factory.
I bought a trac lock unit for my rear and was planning on going to a 4.10
gear set. My plans have changed and now I am going to 4.56, so what I
want to know is, will I still be able to you my trac lock unit with the 4.56
gear set?




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I dont see why not, I believe the 5.13's required a different carrier, or at least suggested one.

just make sure its 31spl for a 31spl axle.

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Yes. As long as its under 5.13's and 31 spine. What is making you go to 4.56's, 35's?

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