I Read it too fast, I thought blt93932 was asking about welding the front diff for some strange reason. :shaking:Goodbye steering for a rear welded diff?
Extra traction for a street driven daily driver by welding yur diff solid??Why in the fawk would you even think of welding yur rearend into a spool for a daily driver?:shaking: The shit these kids come up with....:shaking:I've seen opinions on a welded diff in short wheel based vehicles, but what about a crew cab long bed f350 that is my daily driver? I'm just trying to gain some extra traction.
I have a 95 extra cab f250 powersmoke 4x4 with a detroit in the rear for almost 4 years. It is my dd. To do it again I would weld it and save the $$$. Thats just me. Steering box and tire wear, really? If you are worried about that, you should also be concerned on how much youre mpg's will change. My fronts have more on them than the rears but, I spin the rears alot cause I drive like a jackass.