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Old 11-29-2013, 01:22 PM   #1
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Quaife LSD and stock clutch question.

Is the Quaife LSD worth the money? Anyone ever installed one? How well does it work(in snow as well?)

And how much power do you all think that stock clutch can take?


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Here's a good read on the Quaife:

http://www.focusst.org/forum/focus-s...uaife-lsd.html
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Good read. A little confused on the shim thing. Do they go under the bearing race or something? I understand the importance, defiantly something I wouldn't want to mess up. Anyone ever done it?
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Yes under the race in between the case and the bearing
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Alright. Thank you. I appreciate the info
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