The reason I ask is because I will be replacing fluid in the diff and I need to know if it is OPEN diff or LIMITED SLIP, if it is limited slip it will have clutches and that calls for the use of friction modifier from ford, if it is an open diff there will be no clutches and the friction modifier will be useless.
I have attached a video that shows my front tires spinning and at or about 104/105 in the video you can see the left front start to grab and spin at the same time as the right front, just not as fast because it has better traction on the left, anyways I was told there is nothing on my particular year truck that I could just look at, as in a sticker or differential cover.Thanks
Also last winter I parked on an icy hill and put it in reverse and ALL 4 wheels were spinning at the same time, I actually was on an incline just steep enough to no move but just sit there while ALL 4 tires spun in reverse, I actually leaned wayyyyyyy out and looked under my truck to see the tires spinning . If I had an OPEN diff wouldn't just ( 1 ) of my front tires have been spinning???
1996 Ford Ranger 4x4 SuperCab STX (Everything but leather)
31x10.50R15, BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/AŽ KO
Roll Bar, Light bar/s
(1) 6 inch Rear Facing 100 Watt Hal
(2) 7 inch Off Road 100 Watt Hal
(6) 3x4 inch Off Road 50 Watt Hal
Co-Phased Dual Whip CB Antennas,Cobra CB