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Old 09-20-2008, 09:54 PM   #1
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I have a MF1 XXX-T and I want to replace the diff adjustment screw assembly. My truck came with a LOSA3078 Diff Screw, Hardware & Seal Set, but I was wondering what other diff screws will work with the diff in my truck. Will the LOSA2908 Monster Diff Square Spring/ Screw Set that comes with the XXX-T CR or the LOSA2933 Diff Screw & Hardware: GENII that comes with the MF2 work. Thanks for any help.
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Yeah the xxx-T cr should work for ya! i stuck the Xxx-cr buggy whole diff in my xxx-t Mf1.....
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OK. Sweet. Thanks for the information.
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Yeah the xxx-T cr should work for ya! i stuck the Xxx-cr buggy whole diff in my xxx-t Mf1.....
Are you sure about that?
I don't think you're right.
Slapping a whole diff in from one to another is one thing, but he was asking specifically if one diff screw set would fit another model diff --- and it seems to me they're different size screws and hardware, because if one fit the other they'd have had no reason to offer and catalog various diff screw kits.
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Are you sure about that?
I don't think you're right.
Slapping a whole diff in from one to another is one thing, but he was asking specifically if one diff screw set would fit another model diff --- and it seems to me they're different size screws and hardware, because if one fit the other they'd have had no reason to offer and catalog various diff screw kits.
Very true they are diffrent i know because i tried to put the CR diff screw in the MF1 and it did not work. Your better off buying the parts that are for your truck or switch the whole diff out
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