My 4.10 lsd acted up so it was time to take it apart. Two ring gear bolts had come off and rest were hand tight. I guess my semi hard locking compound melted away. Bolt(s) jammed gear so that it didn't go backwards at all. One of the friction plates had all teeth cut off and pressure plate was toasted. Metal flakes all over the place. Bearings had to go so full build for this was in order.
Machine shop turned and resurfaced pressure ring alright. Took 0.30 mm off. They told me that ZF p/rings have 1-1.5 mm hard surface to work with so it should be fine. But i wanted to try something else for ramps. This one had oe 45/45 ramps. Took my 4.45:1 diff and took lsd unit out for this one. This unit has Drexler p/rings (50/70 & 45/80 ramps), one clutch set each side and lightest possible springs in it. So it's in essence zero preload unit.
SKF bearings, pinion: HM 88542/2/510/2/QCL7C, HM 89449/2/410/2/QLC7C
side: LM 503349A/310/QCL7C
OE gaskets, pinion: 31 50 7 609 535
side: 33 10 7 505 602
crush washer: 33 12 1 744 368
Ring gear bolts: 55 Nm + 55 deg. Locite 270.
lsd lock unit cover: 33 Nm. Semi-hard locking compound.
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