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Old 07-25-2006, 02:31   #1 (permalink)
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1995 EF2 XR8 Diff size

Hey all,
Im putting a mini spool in my XR8 and need to know what size the diff is and how many splines. From what ive found i can work out its a 28 spline. Does anyone know where to buy a mini spool from cheap.
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75, 76 and 78 series all use the same mini spool in 28 spline. Yours is a 78 series in 28 spline. You do realize they are illegal on the street, and will ruin handling? Ben.
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thanks mate.
But with 19x10's and a brass button clutch i doubt im worried about handling. But thanks for the advise.
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thanks mate.
But with 19x10's and a brass button clutch i doubt im worried about handling. But thanks for the advise.
No problem, but your turning circle will be such that you may consider moving to a larger island... Ben.
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Re: 1995 EF2 XR8 Diff size

I agree,
consider the purchase of a pair of wheel trolleys, so that when you get to the end of the quarter mile, you can spin your car around to come back to the start line

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