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Old 11-02-2003, 09:18 PM   #1
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I was wondering if I could put a Richmond Mini Spool in my stock torsion diff.?

I don't think I would but I was just wondering if I could. IF I did happen to break another diff. I MIGHT would b/c it would be cheaper than another SLP replacement.

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Don't do it. They are not strong enough.
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The spool itself or what?

I don't expect I will but I want to know what would it hurt?(besides driveability on the street)

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The spool itself is what breaks. I've seen a couple. They just don't have the stregth. 4wheel drive places don't even recommend them behind Toyota 4 cylinder trucks. Talk about something with no power. Anyway save your money.
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