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Old 26 July 2009, 17:33   #1
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Pair of Quaife LR Diffs

Had to put them on Ebay need the cash for my new business. They normally sell for over 700 each = brand new and never used.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Quaife-ATB-dif...3A1%7C294%3A50
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Old 27 July 2009, 10:17   #2
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I would have been interested in those codders, except looking at the photos.........you have bloody chopped one in half
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Old 27 July 2009, 16:51   #3
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I would have been interested in those codders, except looking at the photos.........you have bloody chopped one in half
Yes very good!!!
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pity theyre not 10 spline, they would have done a treat in the V8 series one!!
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pity theyre not 10 spline, they would have done a treat in the V8 series one!!
Easy enough to change the 1/2 shafts!!!
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Easy enough to change the 1/2 shafts!!!
series landrovers were never made with 24 spline inner halfshafts ends
except for the salisbury.
i come across this trying to fit 24 spline 4 pin diffs diffs into series axle casings. the only option is to use series drive flanges on a shortened salisbury long halfshafts or get specials made. its cheaper to buy the correct ARB lockers if you assume you WILL break a shaft at some time!
Anyway ive got salisbury axles now so i dont need lockers........... i just do a whole load of flooring and tyre smoking until i get out we call it rip snorting down here
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Quaifes now sold - sob!!!
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you sold probably sold one of them for more than i paid for my landrover
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