The Auburn Gear Pro Series Limited Slip is an very aggressive yet still streetable limited slip. The Pro Series uses the same preloaded cone clutch system but with a much higher preload rating. This unit still comes with Auburn Gears very own 4 year replacement D-REX program.acement D-REX program.
Works as it should, easy to install. Just as described.
By Krusers Mobile LLC from Missoula, MT
Awesome price, awesome power.
I bought this to replace an ox locker in my k10 blazer that has a 1979 k5 rear end with 4.10 gears. The ox locker was not ideal because my lifted blazer is also my daily driver. This Posi made a world of difference on road, and it own's in the mud. Super piece of equipment.
By larrytopsoil from Rock Hill, sc
Auburn. . . .Great!!!
The Product from Auburn Gear was fantastic!!!! Just as advertised, great american workmanship.
Can this fit in my 1999 Tacoma prerunner. It currently has an open diff.
Drew from Torrance on
This is for the older non Tacoma 8 inch axles found in the 95 and older trucks.
We do offer the Eaton True-Trac for the 8.4 axle found in your truck. Toyota calls your axle an 8 inch but they are really an 8.4 inch. Here is a link to the True-Trac
Rody from Torrance on
Will this rear diff work on a 2005 Toyota Tundra SR5 2WD?
Shannon from on
This unit is for the front 8 inch for the rear we have the Eaton True-Trac. It fits the 2006 and older Tundra's
it is part number EAT913a541
Rody from on
The description advises this Auburn pro series limited slip is for 2.76-3.42 gear ratios. Is that referencing the specific carrier or the specific gear ratio? My truck was originally equipped with 2.76 gear ratio, but I am currently running a 3.76 gear ratio. Due to the type of carrier my 12 bolt has I must run the thicker 3.73 gear ratio. Which Auburn pro limited slip unit should I be looking at.
I have a 1980, Chevrolet, C10. (Cammed Vortec 6.0 with 4L60E). Wanting something better than the "lunchbox" locker I currently have.
Nick from on
Yes this would be the correct unit to run the thick gear set.
Auburn Gear's differentials are produced from design to production in their 250,000 sq. ft. plant in Auburn, Indiana. Auburn Gear has been in the manufacturing business in the United States for 60 years. Before making differentials for Jeeps, Auburn Gear manufactured for the busing, aerial lift, agricultural, mining, forest, marine and heavy construction industries. In addition to the plant itself, Auburn Gear's property includes 44 acres. So when they design differentials, they actually install them in Jeeps and then drive them around the trails on their own property to see how they perform. This is how Auburn Gear brings customers excellent quality and we proudly carry many of their products. Shop Auburn Gear Now