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Old 08-23-2013, 02:45 AM   #18
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Just dump them stock spider gears. TruTrac is the way to go. No little gears that can go from 0 to warp Disintegrate in .5 sec.
Rebuild the way it was but with TruTrac.
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Old 08-23-2013, 12:48 PM   #19
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Who built rear? JRE?

From what i have on record the only Diff Ted and boys have worked on was a single Hammerhead that a Richmond gear was in, im not sure why a would have done this as we all know Richmond gears are know to have noise and breakage issues. We have sold quite a few Hammerheads recently (we have sold 14 alone) with out any issue at all (i believe the only one that broke was the one with the Richmond gear, you may correct me if im wrong)

Just a FYI on it also, Skip the owner of Hammerhead paid out of his pocket to have Tony from Janetty set up that rear out of his own pocket. don't you think your being a little harsh on the Hammerhead thing ?
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