I've never used any of the Roush parts but some of the guys I race with swear by em'. I've seen used clutch plates from Roush that honestly look new.Looks like a good deal. How used are they.
I believe that only the CJ or Boss cars got the 31 spline axles but before I ordered a carrier I think it would be wise to spend 30 minutes to pull an axle and count the splines.I should know this but don't.
What should my 69 have 28 or 31 spline.
I'm not an expert either but I have seen a pair of axles that ID from the ends to be 31 spline but were 28 spline. Always best to count the splines.ZMAN,
I'm by no means an expert but the best advice I received from someone here that was priceless to me concerning the # of splines on my 69 was this. On the end of the axle after you remove the tire if your endcap is oval shaped then you have a 28 spline a round one meant it was a 31 spline. I passed this tidbit of information on to the guy who was going to originally do my locking rearend for me. He didn't believe it and suggested that I allow him to remove the rearend count the splines then put it back together so I could drive it home until all the parts arrived. I quickly got out of there and found a different shop. The new shop that actually did my rearend work knew of the spline endcap identification tip and to top it off the guy was only 29 years old. Jacob did an excellent job and I'm very happy with my truetrac locking rearend and 3:55 gears.
Good if you like to leave a stop sign quickly and would like both rear tires assistance in doing so.Okay; I know that the question that I'm about to ask will show my ignorance.....But, how else can I learn something?
Can anyone explain to me why the 3.25 Traction-Lok axle that is on my recently purchased 73 cougar is a good option to have? I'm a dentist not a mechanic, but we both use tools