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Old 03-09-2005, 02:57 PM   #1
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Limited slip in rear

I have a 4x4. Wolud I be able to install a limited slip in the rear and still keep the front an open diff. The only time im in 4wd is in the snow. Would this effect the way it pulls?

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Old 03-09-2005, 03:52 PM   #2
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Limited slip in rear

I have limited slip on my rig.. I was under the impresion its only on the back anyway and not on the front not positive about that. i'm sure sombody knows..somebody are you there lol
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Limited slip in rear

From the factory, Dodge only offers limited slips for the rear diff, except for the Power Wagon. 1500 guys have a few options for aftermarket limited slips, us 2500 guys are still waiting. And waiting. And waiting.
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Old 03-10-2005, 11:10 AM   #4
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Limited slip in rear

My rear diff definetly is an open rear. When its up on a lift and i spin 1 tire the other doesnt move. Been that way since day 1! My 1999 diesel when I spin 1 the other goes the same direction. My furd plow truck, the other wheel goes in opposite direction.
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Adrian I think racer meant that Dodge offers limited slip diff as a upgrade for the 2500 in the rear only.. There is a regular diff in the front of our 2500 4X4 including 1500 4X4 with linited slip . He didnt mean that you had limited slip. I had a regular rear end in my last truck traction was terrible.. not now
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