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Ninja Gears any good?
« on: May 29, 2019, 07:08:07 AM »
Searched here and Google for opinions and reviews of Marlin's Ninja Gears. Anybody used them and have an opinion? I only found one build thread where a guy mentioned he used them, but had no further words about them.

I'd be using them on an '87 4Runner with 22RE and 4.71 single case on 33's. I drive a lot of highway and like taking it out on some medium difficulty stuff a few times a year. I'm an east coaster so not going to be used much in rocks. Looking for something quiet that will last many many miles of daily driving and not break when I have some fun. Should I just pony up a few extra bucks and buy the Yukon gears?

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Re: Ninja Gears any good?
« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2019, 11:15:44 AM »
Searched here and Google for opinions and reviews of Marlin's Ninja Gears. Anybody used them and have an opinion? I only found one build thread where a guy mentioned he used them, but had no further words about them.

I'd be using them on an '87 4Runner with 22RE and 4.71 single case on 33's. I drive a lot of highway and like taking it out on some medium difficulty stuff a few times a year. I'm an east coaster so not going to be used much in rocks. Looking for something quiet that will last many many miles of daily driving and not break when I have some fun. Should I just pony up a few extra bucks and buy the Yukon gears?

Marlin's ninja gears are white box yukons.
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Re: Ninja Gears any good?
« Reply #2 on: May 29, 2019, 11:31:41 AM »
Interesting. That would be good. How do you know they are re-boxed Yukons? Markings or something?

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Re: Ninja Gears any good?
« Reply #3 on: May 29, 2019, 02:13:48 PM »
Interesting. That would be good. How do you know they are re-boxed Yukons? Markings or something?

I was talking to marlin at the cantina for the con last year.
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Re: Ninja Gears any good?
« Reply #4 on: May 30, 2019, 12:13:32 PM »
Marlin's ninja gears are white box yukons.

I can clear this up.  So Ninja gears are not reboxed Yukon, they are Yukon.  Ninja gears are just the ratios we buy from Yukon enough that they give us a super good deal on them.  We dont even rebox them, we send them out as Yukon.  We can just not list them as Yukon on the website as Yukon sets their prices and we are not allowed to advertise Yukon Gears below a certain price.  So in order to pass the great savings we are getting on those gears to the customers we have to call them "Ninja Gears".  but either one you order (yukon/ ninja), the same box is pulled off the shelf and shipped. 
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