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I had my 4.10's, TT and Mag-Hytec diff. cover installed by AZ Differential in Phoenix. I dropped my Titan off yesterday and had it back within 7 hours, for only $1,100 installed.

Awesome customer service! If you need any differential work, tranny work etc. Give them a call and ask for Nate. Amazing guy who knows his stuff!

I would never go anywhere else. Top quality in everything they do.

I had to write them a little review on here because I'm blown away. It's rare to find places like this anymore. Very happy! :D

Arizona Differential Specialists | Differentials Done Right!
 

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World of difference! I had contemplated a Dana 60, but realized I just didn't need it with only 35's. Happy I didn't go with it and saved that money.

TT - I haven't been able to really test it out yet except on the wet pavement this weekend. I must say, hella fun! Can't wait to hit dirt. I could feel the constant power coming from both tires. I would always get the slip light on wet roads. Not anymore.

Gears - I'm still in the break in period. The first 500-1,000 miles, no towing, no heavy acceleration, no long trips etc. I'm at 150 miles in 2 days. I'm probably a little more cautious than I need to be. Don't want to void the warranty during break in. One expensive mistake. I also have to change the tranny oil around 750 miles. After I see there's no shavings and everything looks good, I'll start accelerating "heavy". That word is a little subjective though.

It feels like a whole new rear end. Much more "beefy/meaty". I can feel it pull extremely hard.

I have accelerated it semi-heavy. Absolute sex.. :D

I've got 35x12.5/20 Trail Grapplers. The speedometer seems to be close to accurate now, +/- 1mph... Based off the electronic "your speed" signs.

I took down some numbers...

MPH - RPM

50 - 1,800
60 - 2,200
70 - 2,500
80 - 3,000

And yes, 44HD.

Forgot to mention with the new diff. cover, it runs about 20-30* cooler than what is used to.
 

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Nice to see another arizona diff Titan. Love that place. I've been contemplating going up there in a few weeks for the mag diff cover.
 

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We're talking parts and labor here, right? If that's the case, I'll seriously consider it myself. Otherwise $1.1k is a lot of money for an hour or so of labor.
The exact price was $1,095, that's with a 10% discount. (If you mention TitanTalk.com, they will give you 10% off.) That included, TT, gears, labor and taxes.

http://www.titantalk.com/forums/titan-general-discussion/122948-az-differential-has-moved.html

I had a Mag Hytec diff cover, I bought that straight from Mag Hytec. That was $240. Once they were finished up they threw it on. You can also buy the diff cover from AZ diff., but I already had mine sitting in the garage prior to going to AZ Diff.

Ouch 2500 rpms at 70... How's that affected your mileage?
Not bad at all. Well, I don't drive on the highway that much. I live in the heart of everything. So I can't really speak on that subject to much. As of right now (only at 400 miles) I don't notice any difference in mpg.

My idling RPM's are 1,000 - 1,200 depending on the temperature. So for me 2,500 doesn't seem that bad.
 

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Was the cruise control maintained with this conversion?

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Nope it was not, which isn't a problem for me at all. I've used it once in the last year. I live in the city though.

The highest you can go and still have cruise control is 3.73.
You in phx or what?
 

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I'd be willing to do this - if I could also get 4.10s for the M205 front diff...
 

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