LSD DIFF

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360gts
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LSD DIFF

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Anyone identify this LSD diff...what crown wheels does it use???

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Re: LSD DIFF

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HI 360gts

give us a clue, or a Photo??

regards mike

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Re: LSD DIFF

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Oh crap....whata mistaka a maka!
What was I thinking!!
Here we go.
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I believe that is the old jack knight Cam and Pawl style. Have only had success running that one when ice racing as still enough slip to make drivable. I suggest you get a newer one for your car. I still have one I believe in my old ice race engine.
Bruce

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Re: LSD DIFF

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Workinprogress wrote:
Wed Mar 11, 2020 7:35 pm
I believe that is the old jack knight Cam and Pawl style. Have only had success running that one when ice racing as still enough slip to make drivable. I suggest you get a newer one for your car. I still have one I believe in my old ice race engine.
Bruce
Thanks Bruce.....I have a Salisbury in my gearbox...a friend of mine is interested in buying this diff....I have no experience with that particular diff. Will let him know that it may be an old JK item.
Cheers
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