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Old 11-06-2003, 05:49   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone tightened their AU LSD?

I have the LSD in the car already, and it's OK in a straight line, but it still feels like the clutches could be shimmed a bit tighter. Acouple of times, the ute's been sliding nicely out of a corner, then it turns into a damn one-legger. I know that this is no big deal in a 9" diff. (I did it a few times in the XY before I got the spool). Is it any drama with the AU diffs?

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Re: Has anyone tightened their AU LSD?

as far as i know there the same as b/w diffs its a cone setup it should be able to shimmed it up or get oversized cones.
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Re: Has anyone tightened their AU LSD?

mine does that if one wheel is not loaded round corners,would be with any lsd diff..
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Re: Has anyone tightened their AU LSD?

AU LSD generally start to lose effectiveness after about 2000km from new. Internal tolerances are not good enough, nor is the oil specified for them.
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