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L/S for the D35

Discussion in 'Offroad Drivelines' started by MustangShane, December 7, 2004.

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  1. MustangShane

    MustangShane Active Member

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    Does anyone make a L/S for the d35?
     
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  3. AspenX

    AspenX Well-Known Member

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    I think somebody does but I'm not sure who. It seems i have read that on here recently. ;)
     
  4. Con Seann3ry

    Con Seann3ry Active Member

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    Yeah, I just made this same post less than a month ago. No one was sure if any fit, but they were guessing that the L/Ss for the Jeep rear 35 would fit in with little or no modification.
     
  5. MustangShane

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    I figure it'd be better than a locker. I still have to be able to drive on the road through the snow. Well I dont want to spend the money on "it could".
     
  6. Con Seann3ry

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    Yeah, same for me, I do a lot of snow driving and a locker won't work...i guess we'll just have to save up for selectables
     
  7. RangerX

    RangerX Elite Ranger Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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    For 1st gens, you can get a Trac-Lok limited slip. I had one in mine, before I switched to a locker. Tru-Trac may have one too.
     
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    Is a LS REALLY going to make a difference over a locker in snow?
     
  9. Con Seann3ry

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    yeah, locker in snow is a horrible idea because everytime you turned you'd lose traction on one or both sides
     
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    Yup, no steering is really bad. Plus this is my daily driver and why have 4x4 if it's no good in the snow on a daily basis.
     
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    rangerx, do you have any links or anything on the tru-trac? I'd like to check one out.
     
  12. Con Seann3ry

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    I have a Detroit true-trac in my D-35.
     
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    Uncle meat, How do you like it? Thanks con seann3ry for the link. Are there prices on that site too?
     
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    Con Seann3ry Active Member

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    nope, you gotta call I think, let us know how much it is if you call...unclemeat, do you have a link?
     
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    Ok I'll call them in a min.
     
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    K, here's the scoop. $195.95 for for both part numbers. They carry them in stock and they are about an hours drive from my house.
     






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