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Best place to buy trac loc clutches?

I want to freshen up my 1990 SuperCoupe diff before I install it into my 95 LX TBird.

I was thinking, new clutches, 3 seals and 2 clips.

Where would I buy these items.
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I don't know if he's still doing them, but he could at least probably recommend a place to get the best prices:

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Talk to Bill, the owner. I bought the 8.8 Trac-Loc rebuild kit from him. It rebuilds bearings, clutches, etc.

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You can also get them from Jeff at nitrostangracing.com

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You can also get them from Jeff at nitrostangracing.com

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Unless you live in the same neighborhood as Jeff and can drive over to pick up your parts, don't bother. He's developed a very bad reputation on some sites and is no longer allowed to do business there. I personally bought a Diablo Chip from him, and he took eight months to get it to me.
I think Diversified Products Marketing (www.BuyFordRacing.com) is cheaper and definitely closer to you.
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Unless you live in the same neighborhood as Jeff and can drive over to pick up your parts, don't bother. He's developed a very bad reputation on some sites and is no longer allowed to do business there. I personally bought a Diablo Chip from him, and he took eight months to get it to me.
I think Diversified Products Marketing (www.BuyFordRacing.com) is cheaper and definitely closer to you.
Wow, I ordered a master install kit, track lock rebuild and my gears from him. I had them within a week or so. This was about a week before thanksgiving too.

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I want to freshen up my 1990 SuperCoupe diff before I install it into my 95 LX TBird.

I was thinking, new clutches, 3 seals and 2 clips.

Where would I buy these items.
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