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07-20-2012 07:25 AM
dwdevilbiss The RICHMOND web site as well as 4wd hardware both indicate that part number 92-043502720 will fit the limited slip carrier. I haven't been able to confirm this with RICHMOND (they don't answer emails and the phones aren't answered!) but will talk to 4wd hardware today to make sure.

Thnks, Dave
07-19-2012 11:43 PM
bangingears it wont fit in lsd carriers.... so the first step is finding a open carrier.
07-19-2012 06:32 AM
dwdevilbiss
Dana 35 Powertrax Install

Okay,
My Dana 35C limited slip is BROKE! I need a simple affordable way to get the Jeep back on the road. I'm not going replace the entire axle (unless someone has something they'd like to donate to the process) and have decided to go with the Powertrax locker.

Before I really dig into this, any suggestions, pitfalls, experience with the process would be appreciated.

1988 Wrangler - STOCK
258 I6 engine
Dana 35C Tracklock differential

Thanks, Dave

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