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Old 04-23-2009, 11:53 PM   #1
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350 s10 rear end

i got a mild 350 and built 350 turbo out of a drag truck that was a big block, it shifts hard. so what rearends are you using i read 10 bolt rear section but i wanted to see what other v-8 guys are using. i had an 86 blazer wit a built 355 and it would kill the spider gears so i welded it and that was horrible. now i got a 91 s10 and if there is any weight in the back and i get on it hard breaks the spiders when it shifts. and i t will get raced wit slicks. can i do a 9" if so what all involved in that. any help will be appreciated
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

I will be getting a 9" for my 350 blazer when I get some cash. Id like to know some info on how to put it in also.
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yeah cause i can go to pull-a-part and they got tons of 9" and eveyone around where i live say i should use a 9"
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

I've got an 8.8 Explorer I'm installing.

Limited slip & disc brakes in a package that will take you into the 10's reliably.

The rear end will likely cost you less than just a good posi.

They are wide, like for a 4X4, but you can easily shorten the longer axle tube yourself and then use 2 short axles. Wheel bolt pattern is Ford of course, that can be re-drilled for the S10.
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

is an 8.8 a non c-clip axle and does it have the 3rd member like an 9"
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

im using the 8.5 rear from a 02 blazer. It comes with a few options in cluding a posi or not, and a few gear ratios like the one i have, 3.42s. And ihave a 300 hp motor, so it will withstand some powr unless ur going for big numbers.
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

be sure and get the driveshaft redone with some solid 1350 u-joints too while you're at it...
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

go with the 8.8 exploder rear. they are easier to find than the s-series 8.5 rear.
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

Quote: Originally Posted by kookennay
is an 8.8 a non c-clip axle and does it have the 3rd member like an 9"
They are C-clip and traditional carrier, if you like the 9" for the interchangeable third member, then you have to get a 9", or a quickchange.
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

go with the 9". u cant beat the aftermarket support for them. im buildin one for my dime soon as i put my 383 in it.
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

wit a 9" do i have to narrow or can i find one the same width
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

you can buy custom fit 9" for the S10 from several vendors for around $900 without a center section but with the entire housing and chevy bolt pattern 31 spline axles. Check summit for direct fit housings.
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or u can find a capable machine shop around that can shorten the housing for you. and then order custom axles from like moser or strange. or just have your old axles resplined.
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

8.8 out of an explorer. Direct bolt-in, in an s10. Thats right, zero mods to fit in an s10. I had to buy a brake line fitting for a dollar. You do have to get different offset wheels/bolt pattern. I was already getting new wheels so I don't consider that a mod to make the 8.8 go in the s10. Also an early '70's bronco ford 9". This rearend went right in one of my past v8'd s10's. I actually ditched the 9" in favor of my 8.8. My 9" was only a 28 spline axle. So for the price of an axle upgrade I got my 8.8 with a posi,disc brakes and 31 spline axles for $300 complete.
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

Currie 9 inch all the way. Best thing I ever did to the truck. Takes the abuse I give it and the truck hooks great. I went through 3 stock S-10 rear ends and one well built 7.5.



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Re: 350 s10 rear end

I'm using a 78 camaro 8.5 narrowed to s-10 specs with a strange torq-flight center section with richmond 3:42 gears and bear street axles, C-clip eliminators and bearings package. Cost a bit more than using ford stuff , but it's all GM.
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

alanky how much did the currie 9" cost
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

I dont know if you interested or not but i have a 8.5 10 bolt with moser axles eaton gov. lock and 3.73's with c clip eliminators for sale out of my 91 s10. for 700 bucks works great. my 91 ran 7.50's 1/8th with 1.63 60' times fits great. i have some pics if your interested. 9" are amazing too though whatever route you want to go.
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

bbodycaprice i will keep that in mind cause i really looking for something i can just put in without doing alot of work like narrowing and such
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

The currie housing is listed for 964.95 on summit, the moser is 944.95, they're identically spec'ed. That is for a housing, axles, bearings and studs, they'll use stock S10 2wd wheels but require brakes designed around the late model torino housing ends with 2.5" back spacing.

Moser also sells complete 12 bolt packages that will either work with stock brakes or will come with moser/wilwood brakes installed. They are complete drop in packages that start around $2500
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

Those pre-fabbed 9" rears are great if you want to throw $2k at it. Its hard to beat the value of the explorer 8.8. For $300 or less you can have a trakloc posi,3.73-4.11,31spline axles,disc brakes and 3.5" axle tubes that will go right in an s10 with some different offset wheels/bolt pattern. Don't get me wrong, if I was going all out I would pick up one of those pre-fabbed 9" rears and then build my own center section. I guess either one is a great choice just as long as you ditch that weak 7.5" ten bolt.
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

Quote: Originally Posted by kookennay
alanky how much did the currie 9" cost

Like everybody else said. They are not cheap! I got a really good deal on mine brand new. Some guy in Fla. gave up on his project and sold everything off. Mine new was over $2500, but I didnt pay that.
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

im running an 8.5 10 bolt with eaton posi. only one season at the track, but its holding up well. i launch about 2500 rpm with no tire spin on nitto 555r drag radials.
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

if you are still afraid of blowing a 9inch.

Why not go rockwell. Give that a try and than you have weight on teh rear for traction. you can even get a 7.31 gear factory.
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Quote: Originally Posted by S15vortecpwr
if you are still afraid of blowing a 9inch.

Why not go rockwell. Give that a try and than you have weight on teh rear for traction. you can even get a 7.31 gear factory.
Ok, I LOL'ed.
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

i'm using the stock 7.5 in mine with a 3.73 richmondgear on a 2 series carior (its made to fit a 2 series) with moser axles (26 spline), and a minni spool, pushing about 450 hp to it, runs 11.60s in the 1/4 and havent broke it yet, of corse its a foot brake truck but if your planning on using a trans brake i wouldnt recomend it, a ford 9 or the 8.8 would be your best bet.

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Re: 350 s10 rear end

what year explorer are you getting the 8.8 out of. i too blew up my 7.5 rear a couple of weeks ago it had 4.10s and the pinion just gernaded on me. and i had another 83 s10 so i took that rear out and i can feel this one really banging so ive been driving it like a old man
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go with a 8.5 10 bolt for the s-series trucks when built right they wil hold well over 450 horses and 600-650 with slicks and a direct bolt-in.
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yeah i thinking about the 8.5 now my 85 monte ss had the 7.5 but i put richmond 4.10 in it wit a auburn pro series locker and it and it boke the axle tube loose and never hurt the gears or locker and it had 26 spline axles and it was way faster than my s-10 but my what do i look for to find a 8.5 is it just blazers that had them
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I'm running 375hp to a stock 8.5 with 3.73:1 on 33" tires and never had a problem. factory disk brakes and a little wider than the 7.5, the only thing I dont like is the broken gov-bomb
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Quote: Originally Posted by tennerv8
8.8 out of an explorer. Direct bolt-in, in an s10. Thats right, zero mods to fit in an s10. I had to buy a brake line fitting for a dollar. You do have to get different offset wheels/bolt pattern. I was already getting new wheels so I don't consider that a mod to make the 8.8 go in the s10. Also an early '70's bronco ford 9". This rearend went right in one of my past v8'd s10's. I actually ditched the 9" in favor of my 8.8. My 9" was only a 28 spline axle. So for the price of an axle upgrade I got my 8.8 with a posi,disc brakes and 31 spline axles for $300 complete.
will the 8.8 explorer rearend fit in a 2nd gen? as for the 8.5 10 bolt where can i find 1 at? i need a rearend to handle the 350 im throwing in
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got a gm 8.5 10 bolt works great on 305 with mild cam
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Quote: Originally Posted by jctj123
got a gm 8.5 10 bolt works great on 305 with mild cam
do u know what I could get one out of?
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The 8.8 explorer rear ends bolt into the S10. The axle tubes are 3", (bigger than the S10). The differential is offset to the passenger side by about 2", so you may have an issue with your exhaust system. The 8.5" GM rear came in the 4.3 High Output 5 speed extreme only. They were also in the Syclone and Typhoon - good luck finding one. The S10 joint in Florida was asking $950 for one on ebay. You can also use the 1999 - 2004 disc brake rear from a Jimmy/Blazer. I have one in my truck with 4.10 gears and an Eaton Posi unit. They are stout enough to handle a pretty good small block as long as you don't run slicks and a 5 speed. Check the glove box build code - G80 before the axle code is a posi. The axle codes are: GU2 = 2.73, GU4 = 3.08, GU5 = 3.23, GU6 = 3.42, GT4 = 3.73 (also GQ1), GT5 = 4.10, HC4 = 4.56 (very rare), HO4 = 4.11 (also rare). G80 before the axle code is a posi. Pre 99 rears might have the governor lock unit for the posi set up - this is not such a good unit since it slams when traction is lost on one wheel. They tend to grenade more easily.
This would probably make a good sticky...
Good luck.
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I'm gonna be using a 7.5 axle w/the Torsen Zexell unit, stock shafts & gonna weld the tubes better..I hear tell that should be fine as long as I don't put slicks. Of course I won't..

I built mine for show & driving. Not racing..plus it's a truck, how well is it gonna hook up?

Thoughts?
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Get a girdled cover for your 7.5 and it shoul dhook fine and survive some abuse.
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Quote: Originally Posted by kookennay
i got a mild 350 and built 350 turbo out of a drag truck that was a big block, it shifts hard. so what rearends are you using i read 10 bolt rear section but i wanted to see what other v-8 guys are using. i had an 86 blazer wit a built 355 and it would kill the spider gears so i welded it and that was horrible. now i got a 91 s10 and if there is any weight in the back and i get on it hard breaks the spiders when it shifts. and i t will get raced wit slicks. can i do a 9" if so what all involved in that. any help will be appreciated
I found a 9 inch ford rear end on ebay to fit a S10, it was just the housing, but it was already made up to bolt right in, you need to get the 3rd member,axles etc
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Quote: Originally Posted by Gbrown2934
I found a 9 inch ford rear end on ebay to fit a S10, it was just the housing, but it was already made up to bolt right in, you need to get the 3rd member,axles etc
I run a Ford 9 inch under my 1989 S10 Blazer. Best investment I made for the vehicle. You can see the part and installation at my website www.manchestermotorsportsracing.com
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Re: 350 s10 rear end

I run an 8.8" in my truck. Have no issues, and it is much cheaper than a 9".

I bought/narrowed,redrilled axles/etc. for right around $350.
3.73 locker from ford. 31 spline axles, axles are also a bit over 1.25" diameter (if i remember correctly), and Ford used fcactory girdled covers on some.
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i have a standard ten bolt in mine coiled and locked, 350 bored .30 over with a built 400 turbo(basically the same thing) and i have had no problems but if you are really worried about it or plan on doing ALOT more to it i would just fork the money out for a 9"
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The guys aking about the Exploder Stuff...

-The tubes are 3.25", not 3".
-The spacing center to center on the spring pins is slightly different.
-You will need a conversion u-joint on 1st gens, IDK about 2nd Gens(2nd gen use a flange like the Exploder does)
-The center section is offset just about 3" to driver side.
-Exploder 8.8's are different than Ranger or Mustang units
-Exploder 8.8's were avail with lockers and open units, pop the cover to see what you are looking at
-93-98 Exploders are the one you are looking for
-93-95 were drum, 96-98 were disc.
-all axles are interchangeable.
-3.23, 3.55, 3.73 and 4.11's were available (I have never seen a 3.23 unit)
-will need brake line adapter
-they really do need to be shortened. They are 59.5" (if i remember right) from backing plate to backing plate. My stock 7.5 was 54.5" (going off memory), so I shortened the long side of the 8.8 3", and ran a second factory short-side axle.
-Ford used factory girdles under mountaineers, I believe in 98'
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Quote: Originally Posted by Ricky
plus it's a truck, how well is it gonna hook up?

Thoughts?
how about this good ricky,



calvert mono's and there bars.. I believe this truck has gone high 7's on a 275 radial.. bobby filipin i believe his name is he's on the bullet.
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calvert mono's and there bars.. I believe this truck has gone high 7's on a 275 radial.. bobby filipin i believe his name is he's on the bullet.

DAMN!! That is bad ass..
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The 8.5 is the way to go. I have an 85 2dr blazers. Stock suspension, 389 cubic inch sbc making 530 hp, 350 trans with 3500 stall and transbrake, plus a bigger driveshaft. The stock 7.5 rear and driveshaft didn't make through the first burnout in the driveway. I found my 8.5 bone stock on eBay. Bolted right in, but I did have to make one hard brake line and weld the new e-brake bracket to the frame. I could have bolted it in but I like to weld. Anyway back to the strength of the rear. My blazer with the still stock 8.5, 3.42 gears( only 2 choices in an s truck 3.08 or 3.42), bf goodrich t/a radials 255/60/15 not launching off the transbrake will pull the drivers side front tire about a foot off the ground. If I launch off the transbrake I just do a massive burn out. At 65 mph my engine turns about 2700 rpm. The only reason to go with a 9" is if your gonna make Stupid amounts of power and tub out your truck. The strength of an 8.5 is comparable to a 12 bolt. And if for some reason the 8.5 fails theirs tons of parts out their to beef em up to the point where they'll run with a 9". Now 8.5's do require some special treatment. Just like an engine if it runs without oil it ain't pretty. They require gear oil made just for lockers. Hope I could be of help to someone.

I wrote that post over at blazin low late spring, early summer 2010. I have since narrowed the rear and backhalfed my blazer. Over all rear width is 38" mounting pad to mounting pad. Plenty strong. I have after market c-clip eliminator axels, 4.30 gears, full spool, all ARP fasteners, and ford big bearing housing ends. Im also running 31x18.5 Micky Thompsons on a 15" wheel. Pushing over 650hp with nitrous! The 8.5 will hold up just fine to 350-400 hp of daily abuse. Like I said before. My 100% stock 8.5" 3.42 geared locker held up to 530hp with no problems.
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