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Old 02-23-2012, 02:37 PM   #1
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Default Need a quick differential answer

Howdy all,
I've searched but haven't come across a direct answer. I need a quick turnaround on this before the item gets sold.

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Will a LSD diff from a 97 be a direct fit into a 2001 with and open diff? Basically looking to do a whole package swap. Do I need to change any clips, shatfs, ect..

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Center chunk drops right in. You can keep your axles, PPF, DS, and aluminum batwing mount.
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Perfect. Thank you....
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