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    No more 1 wheel wonder

    away with the factory diff... welcome the LSD




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    Quote Originally Posted by shifty View Post
    away with the factory diff... welcome the LSD




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    What brand did you purchase?

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    Judging by bolts - Mfactory? (they came with hardware)

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    MFactory


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    The quaffe was one of the best mods I did to the turd. You will love the mFactory.
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    how did you go about removing the rivets from the ring gear? drill press?

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    I didn't have a drill press at the time. I think i used my die grinder and cut off wheels. I didn't care about messing up the stock ring gear because it was going in the trash.
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    Come to think of it....i may have used a small pilot drill bit and a large drill bit and drilled them by hand. To be honest...i cannot remembered. It was about 15 yrs ago.
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    yeah i started on one but i dont think my harbor freight bits can do it

    he must have meant the old open diff can be ground at

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    Yes...i ment diff...need to save the ring gear.
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    i suppose i need my drill press- grinding off the end on the diff side and they are tight like prom night in there.

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