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lookin for irs upgrades to make the stock one to handle around 750 dont want to swap out for any ford parts tryin to keep it gm and dont want a straight axle swap either, i have done a lot of research but i only get point at the ford 8.8 or a straight axle swap your help would be appreciated
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Have you searched on here. I know I posted a coulple well know places that make drivetrain parts for our cars.



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The best IRS upgrades to keep it "stock" are stubs from BMR or Gforce, half shafts from either one (Gforce makes a small/large half shaft that controls wheel hop), a new drive shaft, control arm bushings and a Harrop cover. Lots of people have had the stock pumpkin survive big HP

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thanks for the info, i already found those upgrades, do you know how much power people usually get away with running on the diffs with those upgrades?
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