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    1310 or 1350?

    I need to get my rear DS replaced, probably ordering one within the next day or so. So 1310 or 1350 for 37's (not going larger)?

    I have broken 2 OEM rear DS's due to my unique driving style.
    So is 1310 enough for 37's considering my 'history' with breaking them? Or would 1350 be better.

    From a quick google search, the 1350 runs about $250~ more not including the yoke.

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    I would never replace the rear with anything smaller than a 1350...others will say the same about the front, but Im a gambler and am going with 1310 in the front.

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    I would go with 1350s just because their stronger and one less breaking point you have to worry about well less likely of a chance of a break lol

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    1350 since you are Running 37's.


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    Thanks guys. I figured 1350 would be the way to go, but was in denial because they cost more. Once again, the answer is to throw more money at it.

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    So after doing some more research, some mention the 1350 would only be necessary for 40's and that it could strip the ring and pinion vs. just breaking the U joint on the 1310.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suicideking View Post
    So after doing some more research, some mention the 1350 would only be necessary for 40's and that it could strip the ring and pinion vs. just breaking the U joint on the 1310.
    1310's snap like a twig on 37's. Ask me how I know
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    Quote Originally Posted by piginajeep View Post
    1310's snap like a twig on 37's. Ask me how I know
    This is good to know. I have heard of this and have seen it in videos. So when I order mine 1350's is the way to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by piginajeep View Post
    1310's snap like a twig on 37's. Ask me how I know
    How do you know?

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