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Maybe this is a get-what-you-pay-for deal. Has anyone here tried these?


 

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Maybe this is a get-what-you-pay-for deal. Has anyone here tried these?


I had that style in my narrowed 8.8. It worked well. That being said I am building a 9" and have the Eaton Truetrac on order. No maintenance, and appears to be bullet proof. For a little over $100 more it seemed like a no brainer. Everyone on here seems to swear by them...
 

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If you buy from Terry Todd (I cant remember his eBay name...wildhorse or something like that) you will get a very nice product. His direct email is [email protected]. He is a eBay seller, but if you contact him direct he doesn't have to to pay eBay fees and can charge you less.

I would also highly recommend Quick Performance in Ames, IA.

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The currently offered billet steel traction locks are very good. I have used them in high HP ( 700+) applications and they do not hurt the side cover that usually breaks out. A bargain for the price and smooth operation.
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Looks like QP has a very similar one for $310. The Eaton costs enough more that I would probably never shell out for it.

Full disclosure - this is for my F100, which I am less willing to throw money at. My Mustang has a Powertrax.
 

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If you buy from Terry Todd (I cant remember his eBay name...wildhorse or something like that) you will get a very nice product. His direct email is [email protected]. He is a eBay seller, but if you contact him direct he doesn't have to to pay eBay fees and can charge you less.

I would also highly recommend Quick Performance in Ames, IA.

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I lived in Ames for 11 years and somehow have never heard of Quick Performance.
 
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