Replacing the clutches in your limited slip will restore the preload making your limited slip more aggressive like when it was new from the factory. Many units will have different clutch setups for an even more aggressive setup.
Yes if it is the factory trac-lok these are the correct clutches.
Rody from bend, oregon on
I'm trying to find a differential locker to go from a limited slip to a posi trac. will this do the trick?
Philip from houston tx on
Posi and limited slip is the same thing. Chrysler and Ford called it limited slip in the 60 and 70's. Chevrolet called there unit positraction or posi for short.
If you have the factory track lok in your Dana 44 it is a posi.
Rody from houston tx on
instructions and installation
gary from red oak tx. on
Hello if you cut and paste this link it will open a pdf file on the Dana 44 TracLok
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