Rear locking differential 1988 90Q

Louis-Alain Richard 5145727795 at
Mon Aug 13 10:01:08 PDT 2012

Are you sure of that ? I was thinking the other way around... Weight is
greater, right, but torque is greater at the back . At the rear, the diff
casing is quite short, and the front of it wants to go up at each
acceleration. So these 2 mounts will see a lot of stretch each time you
accelerate. Nothing to worry about, for sure, especially with only 150 ft-lb
shared on 2 axles...


> -----Message d'origine-----
I suppose these will be harder than the proper diff
> mounts because of greater transmission weight - which should work just
> fine.
> Radek.

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