Where can you buy the old school FRPP gears that don't whine?

PoopDawg

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It looks like Ford might make us an offer to pay our car payment for two months now, which would be more then enough for 4.10's and a tuner (maybe a C&L if I can convience my wife). I don't want any problems with whining, so I'm willing to pay extra for the older FRPP gears. Anyone know where you can still get them?

Nick
 
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Just make sure the last character in the FRPP part # is "A" and not "M". The A gears are American made, the M gears are made by Motive in Italy. Both are sold as Ford gears. :flag:
 

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Do what he said!!!

Just make sure the last character in the FRPP part # is "A" and not "M". The A gears are American made, the M gears are made by Motive in Italy. Both are sold as Ford gears. :flag:
This is a true, You'll pay around $200.00 for the part #fms410A, but well worth the extra $40.00.
 

Emay

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Dawg,

50resto.com had a special on them about a month and a half ago - via phone orders only.

Might be worth the phone call. Can't remember exact cost, thought maybe 179.99 but don't hold me to it.