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Old 07-18-2008, 03:11 PM   #1
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Default Savage Diff Hell

First thread/post on this forum hope me follows the rules... :P

so I managed to mess up ty situation with diffs up so badly u may laugh

I broke both at the end of last bash in the summer (i am in the southern hemisphere) and put the car away for the winter, recently I tried rebuilding them but managed to mess them up so mutch, I got the alu parts for it but used the stock cogs etc. to make matters worse I mixed up some of them and lost the gaskets for both... would I be better off buying new (pre-assembled ones) or trying again... specific part no.'s or dimentions to assist would be great... thnx in advance...

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