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I ran across this information once and have somehow forgot it. where and what are the idenifying marks to tell what gear ratio and if a diff is a limited slip? thanks

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with someone holding a rear wheel, try to spin the other one, if it spins easily no lsd or worn out one. If you find some resistance LSD, the more force you have to apply to break it the better. If you don't have a xtra set of hands, chuck one wheel and try to spin the other. This method never fail me, try to do it on both wheels though.

The ratio is stamp on the driver side of the diff, two numbers 40 11, divide those two. Sometimes you have to sand the surface to see them and use a flashlight. If none spin the driveline 40 times and count the axle rotations.

Michael

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If you do, I've got some great vacation land for you in sunny Florida.

These cars have been around for nearly 30 years and you still trust what's stamped on the outside case? YIKES!.. Pull the rear cover, verify if it's got LSD. Then turn the input flange, observe the output flange rotation. DO THE MATH.

I've installed/swapped so many various R&Ps I've lost count. Don't be a disappointed buyer.

Don't forget, "You gets what ya pay for".

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