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a limited slip differential is a waste of time and money IMO
I put a Grizzly in my 10.25 just after Xmas this year, outside in my driveway.
you do not need the clamshell puller on the 10.25 as the shims go outside the carrier bearings.
you do need the master install kit from Yukon as the factory style backlash 'shims' are one piece non adjustable items.
I was working alone so no pics of the sterling but one pic of my 'workbench' doing the front d60 detroit install (where the clamshell makes it easier as shims are on the carrier under the bearings )
t can be done at home
1997 F250 rclb 4x4, Comp910s, SRP1.1, Irate T4 s468,FullForce 350/200, homebrew efuel with i̶n̶ ̶t̶a̶n̶k̶ ̶a̶e̶r̶o̶m̶o̶t̶i̶v̶e̶ ̶1̶1̶1̶4̶2̶ A1000 5/8" drawstraw, Diesel Innovations fuel rail feed fittings, balljoint D60f Detroit Locker, zf5 sachs K70263-01CB ceramic clutch , Grizzly locker 10.25, 315/75/16 Wrangler MT/Windowed 7.3 Oct 9/14