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CraigJ

posted on 26/2/07 at 07:24 PM Reply With Quote
Pics of chain drive diffs

anyone have any pics of chain driven diffs all set up and what drive shafts were used?

thanks.






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blue2cv

posted on 26/2/07 at 07:32 PM Reply With Quote
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russbost

posted on 26/2/07 at 08:08 PM Reply With Quote
Bit busy at the mo but will send pics via email of several vehicles later this evening. I'm in the process of getting a setup made for the Toyota Mr2 diff & halfshafts, but won't be available for a month or 2 yet .





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nitram38

posted on 26/2/07 at 08:40 PM Reply With Quote
Siera lsd from XR 4 X 4.
Soon to have a bigger 52 sprocket (picture is 42) and be repainted.

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CraigJ

posted on 26/2/07 at 09:01 PM Reply With Quote
that siera diff is good does any one have a how to guide on how to build one?






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lsdweb

posted on 26/2/07 at 09:07 PM Reply With Quote
Hi Craig

There are some photos of mine here

They're not all that clear but you can see the setup hopefully.


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nitram38

posted on 26/2/07 at 09:10 PM Reply With Quote
Basically the diff is dismantled and a case made to go around the planet gears. You throw the propshaft drive bits away and the original outer casing.
The planet case also needs a grease nipple as instead of oil, the diff is packed with grease.
You will need 2 bearings and bearing carriers to support the driveshafts.
The whole thing or just a sprocket can be bought here

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nitram38

posted on 26/2/07 at 10:02 PM Reply With Quote
Just come across a lsd sierra diff on ebay
and a nother
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russbost

posted on 26/2/07 at 10:34 PM Reply With Quote
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MartinDB

posted on 26/2/07 at 11:44 PM Reply With Quote
XR2 diff and driveshafts here

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blue2cv

posted on 27/2/07 at 08:10 PM Reply With Quote
My now surplus diff Rescued attachment DSCF0868.JPG
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