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Free-spin options and bypassing the CAD
Looking to see what anyone has done if any at all, my last truck that had the CAD setup in it was nothing but a pain in the *%$ and i had nothing but issues with it, no seeing that this truck (2013 ram 3500) has the same setup for the most part i am looking at doing either the RAM MAN INC kit using the unitized hub bearing setups, which if you look at the engineering behind it, it is really solid for the most part and uses the factory style ford lockers with a machined sleeve on the inner bearing and the locker has a custom sleeve that makes it all work. Or do i go with an older style Dynatrac setup like the older D60's, where the bearing loads are spread out much further and i can get the bearings almost anywhere out there. As far as the CAD bypass there are a few companies out there that make a replacement axle shaft and a cover plate for the CAD or you can just leave it in place to avoid having to deal with the damn service 4x4 lights. Post part numbers and pics if you got em on what you did and why, trying to avoid unnecessary wear and tear o the front end if at all possible, plus i need a new axle seal on the passenger side so this is all on the list of to do's.
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