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Old 03-03-2009, 07:01 PM   #1
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Default Solid diff in 2wheel drive truck. Advantages/disadvantages

Anyone know why you would want to run a solid diff or spool in a 2wheel drive truck? thanks
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Old 03-03-2009, 08:16 PM   #2
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On the speed t, there was a diff locker. As a result, it is good for onroad going 65mph so it wont flip over, but on a track steering suffers alot.
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Good for high speed concrete runs. Terrible if you expect to turn without whipping the rear end out from under you on dirt.
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you don't want a locked diff ever, but in high bite you want it super fast & in low bite you want it super slow. Normally in high bite I put wd-40 on my thrust bearings & it makes the diff super fast. Then on low bite I use white grease & it slows it way down.
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