Hi there,my first post so hello every body! be gentle lol
I have just bought my first "proper rod", a 63 Mk3 Zephyr with a rover v8, Type 65 3 speed box.
I'm off to collect the car on Sunday as I was chatting with the guy who owns it he said i might want to look into lowering the gearing a...
hi i was just wondering what would happen IF u welding up a diff what would happen if u was reversing at a 90 degree turn in to a parking space as the wheels would be locked would you be burning rubber (wheel spinning)
now think lol
also where do you get the Sclips that sits in the diff a...
Has anyone got a link to a good diff ratio/ rpm/ speed calculator? Or anyone good with this type of maths?
I'm thinking of swapping the Jag diff on my van in order to get some more top end cruising speed out of it as it's revving out before 60mph now.
It's a 3-litre V6, 4-speed manual...
tried smelling it on here
-have a bid
collect it too.
no axles with it
or diff or gears
there is also a sbc torker 2 inlet on there with it!!!
need a mk2 consul diff. can be just a standard one as mine is relly rummbling so bad now think it will go any day. im in kent area and can come pick it up save postage anywhere in 100 mile radius or so .
also wanted 1956 chevy car bumper any condition for my rat chevy.
any help pleae message...
was wondering if any one had a usable midget 1500 diff knockin around in a dark corner of their shed i think theyre 3.7 and would be ideal to fit in the old moggy casin iv got to handle motorway travel and make it less of a teeth chattering experience :sniff:
I found this earlier, and thought I would pass it on !.:bigsmile:
Hope its of some use.
Thought I would add these Others for Good measure !.
SOLD SOLD SOLD!!!!hi guys , i need to raise cash to pay for my new doner car SO i have decided to sell off one of my diffs to help out!! its a Eaton detroit locker,its a 28 spline locker, it was used For approx 2000 miles before the car came of the road for a rebuild and a strange complete 3rd...
Would a large 4x4 truck rear diff give any advantage over a matched rear dif?
Being that the truck diff would obviously be seriously high torque would it give any serious advantage when used in a much lighter vehicle?