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Would I have to get the ring and pinon instll kit if I just installed the limited slip for know?
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If I were just to install the limited slip would I have to buy anything else to install it?
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Bump need to know. Thanks
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If I were just to install the limited slip would I have to buy anything else to install it?
shims, bearings, crush sleeve...
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yes if you go get some bearings from an autoparts store......
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So then this one comes with everything?
http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku

Also when I instll my ring and pinon would I have to get the kit again or no?
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you shouldn't need anything but that simple kit when you redo the ring and pinion if you put in the master kit with the L/S unit....
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Ok thanks man. I will let you know how the instll goes and the finished product. Hope to have it in a week and installed the following week.
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I have a 3.0 and running 4.10 LS on 32" The 4.10 is ok, not much torque, good milage and rpm though, and the LS sucks, better than without, but not much, getting a locker soon and tossing that in, I have 2wd, so I would like both wheels spinning so I don't have 1wd. Prolly going with 35" and 4.56 eventually.........
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If you want a real locker get a Tru Track system made by made my detroit locker I do believe. Has true traction to both wheels no matter what. Yeah I am not gonna spent money on a POS limited slip. Can't wait to my 33's and camburg lift though.
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