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Identifying Limited Slip

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Spun one wheel with crowbar fixed to other axle the other wheel no slip. The 74' donor had, P205/55zr14. Yes, they were slicks. Without pulling the cap, could it be fixed? Would it spin with manual(me) power? It didn't.

Serial numbers are insignificant.

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Don't use a crowbar. Just get someone on the other side, then try to

fight each other. Put it in neutral.

If you can, but maybe the diff gives up if you're tough guys, it's a limited slip.

If you can each turn it whicever way you want, it's not.

t

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Thanks Toby,

Finally, pulled the cap. It's welded on each side. Nice welds, opposing. Question, were 74' thru 76' limited slip or an option? (Not too mention a 320 option).

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Thanks Toby,

Finally, pulled the cap. It's welded on each side. Nice welds, opposing. Question, were 74' thru 76' limited slip or an option? (Not too mention a 320 option).

74-76 were not limited slip. Welded diff on a street car sounds like fun. The welded diffs that we use in our Lemons car make for interesting tail happy turning.

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You could always try to order a limited slip- but they weren't ever shipped that way unless you ordered them.

I ran a welded diff on the street ONCE just to make sure it worked before I

put it into the race car.

It was a handful.

Great on the track, not so hot on the street.

t

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