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Well I was only planning to put an 8.8 rear end on for right now, but I was on craigslist and someone in my area was selling their 4.10s for $75. I just bought them and I have them right here. They're a little dusty because they had been sitting for so long. Does anyone have a good solvent or know anything good to clean them with?
 

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Well I was only planning to put an 8.8 rear end on for right now, but I was on craigslist and someone in my area was selling their 4.10s for $75. I just bought them and I have them right here. They're a little dusty because they had been sitting for so long. Does anyone have a good solvent or know anything good to clean them with?
i'm sure brake clean would be fine.
 

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Well I was only planning to put an 8.8 rear end on for right now, but I was on craigslist and someone in my area was selling their 4.10s for $75. I just bought them and I have them right here. They're a little dusty because they had been sitting for so long. Does anyone have a good solvent or know anything good to clean them with?
Make sure they are setup right or they will whine......
 

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Make sure they are setup right or they will whine......
I'm pretty sure I'm not going to take on the task myself. I'm way to afraid I'll mess something up :laugh: but I just wanted to get them clean before I let somebody else do it.
 

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If they are used they may whine anyway.... They already have a wear pattern from whatever car they were in.
 
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