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It's summer!(can't tell by our weather)

I need to a new possi and some 3:73's with the kit. I hoping if some of you members need to replace yours , our vendors will hit us with one.

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Posi + 3.73 needed! In if we can get a fair price..... - Lance
 

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Hey guys, I would be happy to put somethinf together. I will need a couple days. We are actually going through and up-dating our prices. There was an increase in cost a couple months ago and I need to make sure everything is accurate before I post prices.

Everything is available with the exception of 3.42 ABS reluctor rings. They were ***-continued last year and no private machine shops have stepped up to mass produce them yet. Bob Shirley is still offering his custom reluctors, at least as far as I know.

Anyways, give me until Wednesday.
Thanks again.
 

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I am still working on the pricing for this. The good news is we will have a new "Budget Posi" available. Here are the details from my supplier:

The ZVT posi unit is a new positraction that we are carrying for the
budget minded customer. They are very cheap as they are very very
aggressive and chatter heavily. But they are very strong.

They are a super strong torsen style, similar to a true track. They are
more aggressive than the true track, run helical cut gears without
clutches and do not require posi additive, and never wear out. The cases
were milled a little too tight, causing the extra aggressive nature.

There is a 90 day warranty, it's against manufacturer's defect,
just not for Trucks with tires larger than 31".

The standard bias ratio for an oem type torsen posi is 1.5-1. the true
tracks are 2.5-1 bias ratio, and the ZVT value track from us is 3.5-1
bias ratio. That means less wheel spin before the traction engages, more
traction under power, but also more chattering in tight corners. The pitch of the gear tooth angle is what determines the bias ratio.

Now you all know what I know.
 
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