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Old 05-29-2012, 01:35 PM
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im looking for rear diff parts

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apparently i do have a limited slip according to my vin and door jamb codes 3.73 LS, i guess my clutches need a rebuild to solve the one wheel spin issue along with some good fresh fluid


my truck has an open rear and i HATE it,

i want to buy a limited slip or a locker and put it in there, not a fan of spools though because of the crappy handling

what is the best website to buy these parts?

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Old 05-29-2012, 01:43 PM
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any off road shop or site should have what you need. Home Page this is where most off road shops order from but you might try a local shop, they normally give you a better rate with order and install
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it should have a limited slip in it
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go LSD and the repack the clutches and you'll have something similar to a posi traction theres a thread on here about it. when ever I get some time I'm doing this to mine.
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look into randy ring and pinion. i've gotten two lockers from them

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it should have a limited slip in it
unfortunately mine doesnt :/

if i burn out its a 1 wheel peel and when i jacked the *** end up i was able to hold one tire still with my hands while the other was going
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ok apparently my truck comes with the limited slip 3.73 gears

i guess i need a clutch rebuild?
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got my detroit locker bearings races shims seals and all from randys for like 900 for my 3.73 d80 wlsd 3.73 thin only way to go!
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