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Old 02-05-2004, 09:18 AM
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Exclamation 7.5 Limited Slip POSI

First thing is first. I have a 1986 Monte Carlo (I knowits not really a classic hotrod) it has a 1991 Corvette Tuned Port Fuel Injected Engine, and I was told that my 7.5" rear end is weak. I already knew this because I replaced 2 sets of spiders in it already. I cant afford, and havent been able to find a 8.5" rear end from a Olds Hurst 442, or a Buick Turbo Regal, so I will have to stick with a 7.5 for now. I was told to drop in a posi to help strengthen the rear end a little. So this is where I sit. I pulled a Limited slip posi from a 1983 Camaro, with 3.23 gears, 26 spline axels. Are there rebuild kits available for these limited slip units? I also see, and hear about cone type. Is this one gonna be a cone posi or a clutch pack type limited slip?

Does anyone have any exploded parts diagrams for varios posi units they could send me via email or whatever?

Also if anyone is looking for these, I have an open carrier (Non-posi) with 4.10 gears, ring gear and pinion are in excellent shape. The carrier has all the spider gears, and side gears. The carrier is for 28 spline axels and will accept down to a 3.23 gear ratio. Make an offer. Buyer pays shipping! These were pulled from a 1996 chevy S10, Unknown miles, the vehicle was caught on fire and the entire front of the car was burned. the rear end was fine. no heat dammage. let me know if interested. Thank you.

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