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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-09-04, 05:26 AM Thread Starter
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new diff setup

Gday all,

i want to upgrade my diff in the xh ute. would i be better buying a whole new setup from an xr ie 3.45lsd or rebuild my current one with a lsd centre and 3.7's???
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Re: new diff setup

is your current diff ok?? i have organised my brothers diff to get rebuilt, so i will let you know how i go, for service etc...

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Re: new diff setup

If you don't do a heap of freeway driving, go the 3.7's!!

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Re: new diff setup

3.7 is ok on the Freeway, i still get 600-700 kays from mine sitting on 110, with the 3.7 rear end.
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dinga, my brother got his diff bearings replace today at Diff Lapping, they did a good job. They have a shop at Kedron and Slacks Creek.

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