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I actually don’t think the price is terrible. I do wonder what the Ford Performance units will be priced at.
 

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Strange they leave out Badlands w/out sasquatch, but seems the M210 is the important part.

edit: Their M190 set includes badlands sansquatch... confusing.
 
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These will be popular. I am in for a set.
 

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Hopefully they build these in a 32 spline to match the new upgraded HD front D44 m210 with 32 spline locker.
 

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Strange they leave out Badlands w/out sasquatch, but seems the M210 is the important part.

edit: Their M190 set includes badlands sansquatch... confusing.
Just read this on the very bottom of page: Axles designed to fit the following models but not limited to: Ford Bronco Base W/Sasquatch, Big Bend W/Sasquatch, Black Diamond W/Sasquatch, Outer Banks W/Sasquatch, Badlands and Badlands W/Sasquatch, and Wildtrak and Wildtrak W/Sasquatch. Only fits models equipped with the Sasquatch package M210 differential with the selectable front locker.

Believe the badlands is standard with M210 with or without Sasquatch package. Believe its the OBX and all lower trims that have M190 as the standard front Dif - Unless you opt for Sasquatch then it's M210.
 

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I wonder how much value there is in upgrading the shafts on the M190. It seems like between the aluminum case and the weaker R&P gears, that upgrading the CVs might not be addressing the weakest link. I will be curious to see how all this works out as people start using these trucks more and doing these upgrades.
 

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I wonder how much value there is in upgrading the shafts on the M190. It seems like between the aluminum case and the weaker R&P gears, that upgrading the CVs might not be addressing the weakest link. I will be curious to see how all this works out as people start using these trucks more and doing these upgrades.

Have y'all torn into a M190 yet? I'd love to upgrade my front open diff with a LSD and put in lower gears at the same time, as well as upgrade CVs, if it makes sense to do so. Just wondering if it's even worth it or just wait till I grenade it and upgrade to the M210.
 

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Not yet. I'm going to have to buy one I think. But I need to buy the Jeep version of the diff carrier to see what the bolted ring gear version looks like.

I have looked at pictures of ones that have failed in the field, which is why I raised the question above. For the casual user or person more concerned about all-weather predictability, there is a good argument for swapping in an LSD that doesn't require any other modifications (apart from a ring & pinion swap because of the weld), even if doing it will be a little pricey.

But for a more serious off-roader, I'm starting to think that the aluminum IFS version of the M190 is going to have limitations. I think I'd rather leapfrog to the M210 than put money into the M190, even if it requires CV changes.
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