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ryanh827

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i have a 95 dodge 2500 on 40 grounds and the right rear is the only one that wants to spin it just a woods and mud truck gets driven to the woods and back only and trailer to mud holes would welding the rear diff be ok ? never had a welded diff before not sure how well they hold up
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karlgm

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For off-road use, welded rear diffs should work fine.
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WAR WAGON

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Cheap, strong (if done properly). and effective.
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tombstone

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"driven to the woods and back"......hmmm not so good!!(Guess everyone else missed that part).
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