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has anybody had any problems with there limted slip when i bought the truck both tires would spin and no only one is spining idk if to many break stands can make it go out or if theres a wire that ripped or a fuse that burend out not to sure whats really goen on in there
no wires or fuses, limited slips work on a set of clutch packs.
Brake stands are definately going to burn up that LS pretty quick!
Also, just a little trick for those of us with a weak LS, if you get yourself into a bind and one tire is spinning and the other is on half decent ground but is not spinning. Ride the brake or hit the park brake, usually you can get the LS to grab with a little bit of braking! That actually saved me a few times today, i was playing around in some deep and sloppy snow...
Sometimes it works (worked for me every time i have tried it) and sometimes it may not, but its worth a shot if your stuck
2007 Laramie 3500, No engine...
2004.5 3500 600 series 2wd 6spd bone stock, my little rice burner
1997 SLT 2500, 5.5" fabtech, 36x13.5 IROKs, 5x12s, s300, 4kgsk
Restack your clutches in the diff. From the factory, they are packed to slip easily. You can restack them so there is almost no slip. Do a search. I've posted a few times how to restack, and so have others.
'97 3500, Ext. cab, long bed, 4x4, 5 spd, 3.54s, KDP killed, silencer ring MIA, HD valve springs, Vulcan big lines & draw straws, Raptor 150, 5x14 injectors from Coaltrain, 4K gsk, 15*, custom fuel plate, BHAF, 5" turbo back, Thanks to Richard at Coaltrain
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