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The ford racing dealership close to my home quoted me:
$149.99 for FRPP 3:73 Gears and $400 to install - this way it will keep it under my warranty!

I did not think that was a bad deal!

as long as its frpp parts, you can have it done anywhere and it wont void the warranty


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3.30's thats weird, i would have sworn your stock should be 3.55's (that's what I got).
I put numerous upgrades on my stang, and with that knowledge I would suggest 3.70's or 3.90's. If you put 4.10's on you will be taking them down when you up a SC on.
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The ford racing dealership close to my home quoted me:
$149.99 for FRPP 3:73 Gears and $400 to install - this way it will keep it under my warranty!

I did not think that was a bad deal!
Unless the gears are determined to be the cause of a failure your warrenty won't be void anyway. Unless a tech opens my rear diff and starts counting teeth then they don't know they've been changed. $400 to install isn't bad, make sure that you get a good synthetic gear oil and friction modifyer put in. There really insn't a so call break in oil to use and no real reason to change the fluids after the swap is done.

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RWHP/RWTQ is adequate
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