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    Need a little Help (rear end)

    okay so i am gonna need a new rear end soon and wanted youlls help on seeing which one to get so please respond comment and help me please

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    I went with a 9" for my 9/3 T/A because I race it.

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    9" because I have big HP goals .

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    I went with a 9" because they are stronger, easier to work on, proven to be quieter, and cheaper than than a 12 bolt and s-60.
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    ive seen the 9" for f-bodys in jegs for around $1000 does anyone know how much money you have to put into that to have it ready to bolt in

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    Quote Originally Posted by red99ws6 View Post
    ive seen the 9" for f-bodys in jegs for around $1000 does anyone know how much money you have to put into that to have it ready to bolt in
    That is probly just for the houseing. You will need a complete 3rd member and axles to go with it. You are looking at at least $2800 or more through jegs. I paid $2550 complete for mine through someone else.

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    I will be going with a 9 inch, why the hell is there a NWS warning

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    I agree with the NWS warning. What is the deal ?
    Also does the 9 in. bolt up to the existing brackets ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawnman View Post
    I agree with the NWS warning. What is the deal ?
    Also does the 9 in. bolt up to the existing brackets ?
    Yes it is nearly a bolt in application. You will need to change the driveshaft u joint, and need 2 3" exhaust clamps to mount the sway bar. Other than that pretty easy.

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