Question about 1998 Ford F150 Regular Cab
I don't know your experience level, but setting up a rear end is challenging for even experienced people. If you don't get the gear pattern correct, you will have nothing but problems. There are some short cuts, but a pinion depth setting tool and dial indicator are some of the necessary tools to do it correctly.
If you are just changing it to swap the gear ratio, I would say leave it alone or pay someone. If yours is broken, I would recommend getting one out of a junkyard, rather than trying to get the tools, parts etc. You will be money ahead
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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