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Old 03-10-2010, 12:42 PM   #11
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Re: FYI - Upgrade to Limited Slip Differential

Yes and yes. Right tire got into a muddy spot and the van stopped as it started to spin. I heard/felt the LSD kick in and the other tire dug in and away I went. I had one of those "That was well worth the money" moments.
That being said I found out over the weekend that 2wd ain't 4x4 when it comes to deep snow. LSD or not. But that's OK. I was just playing around to see what would happen.

A foot and a half of snow in front of the house on Saturday and by Wednesday (today) it's 70 degrees. Funny weather.

Open the pod bay doors Hal.

Once I exit Hal, this is what I do.
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Old 03-28-2010, 10:22 PM   #12
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Re: FYI - Upgrade to Limited Slip Differential

Good to hear! I will eventually do some sort of locker in the future (if I don't go 4x4). Just something to help me out and + my good friend owns a shop here in town.

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