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Old 04-18-2008, 09:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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JB Conversions vs TeraLow Gears Reduction

I'm considering putting a 4 to1 gear reduction in my Dana 300. I am considering the kit from JB Conversions out of LA, and the TeraLow kit.

Has anyone had any good luck or bad luck/ service with either of these kits, either installing or running them?

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Old 04-18-2008, 10:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm considering putting a 4 to1 gear reduction in my Dana 300. I am considering the kit from JB Conversions out of LA, and the TeraLow kit.

Has anyone had any good luck or bad luck/ service with either of these kits, either installing or running them?

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we just did this last week
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Old 04-19-2008, 06:15 AM   #3 (permalink)
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The quick answer is... The JB conversions kit is better quality, both kits have been run with success although i do hear of the Tera kits chewing up teeth from time to time. Remember however everything is breakable, including the JB kit. Id run whats cheapest, but if both were the same price, id go JB Conversions LoMax everytime.
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we just did this last week
maybe tell us which one and how it went.
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maybe tell us which one and how it went.
He means there was just a thread about this last week
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He means there was just a thread about this last week
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Is it possible that someone may have missed any earlier post on this topic?
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By the way....

By the way, thanks for those that posted up. I appreciate the input.

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