limited slip diff

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Fast Eddie
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limited slip diff

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anyone running one? any thoughts or comments please... :twisted:

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Re: limited slip diff

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I wish..... LSD's aren't that common in VW gearboxes, so cost a far bit if people know what they have. Other than that, Quaife do a nice little unit... :wink: A mate has one in his race panel.
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Re: limited slip diff

Post by Fla »

I had a nice surprise when Bears told me my box had a Limited Slip Diff.

I reckon it was relating to my Swiss Army buses M-Code 092 (Lower gear ratios for mountainous regions). Worth checking army bus gearboxes!
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