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Old 12-15-2014, 06:18 PM   #22587
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He's talking stock gear diff. Try bits of fuel tubing, foam earplugs or buy some extra shims and shim it. Or, if your looking to make a spool, epoxy or hot glue.

What effect are you trying to achieve?

The thing to keep in mind is the stock gear diff was never designed to contain any sort of fluids or things that become fluid under heat or pressure. People have had some limited successes sealing them, but nothing that ever lasted or caught on.
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