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Old 28-06-2009, 11:41 AM
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i have been drooling over the c clip eliminators, as well as i looking at 3.73 pro gears with 33 spline axles
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Old 28-06-2009, 11:43 AM
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Aren't the Detroit lockers a bit difficult in corners? (just what I've heard)

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If you are on the throttle and are forcing the Locker (or any traction controlling carrier) to lock both axles together, then obviously only one of those axles could possibly travelling at the correct road speed.
With weight transfer, that will be the outside wheel. The inside wheel will be forced to spin due to it's reduced loading.
In this situation, you will only have traction with one wheel.

Clutch-type LSDs are a little more forgiving because they will generally slip their clutches to allow differing wheels speeds in most part (and even full) throttle situations (if they are light on springs or simply worn).
Lockers on the other hand, lock up, even at part throttle. Many like me, see this as an advantage to the robust design. I had an LSD and burnt the clutches to the point of single-wheeling in a straight line.
A Locker will basically live forever and I never apply throttle partway through corners anyway.
I expect a TruTrac to be equally as robust, but not as sure-footed as the Locker in fairly un-equal traction situations. Much smoother in corners though.
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Old 28-06-2009, 11:46 AM
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i have been drooling over the c clip eliminators, as well as i looking at 3.73 pro gears with 33 spline axles
Forget the Eliminators. Just order your Moser with the Ford Torino housing ends.
They retain the axles simply through their design.
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Old 28-06-2009, 11:56 AM
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oh yeah the ford big bearing set up, is what i am getting to fit original drum brakes. i am also looking at the 1350 pinon yoke, but i think i will have to look at getting a new tail shaft, can you recomend a good tailshaft place?
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Old 28-06-2009, 02:04 PM
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Norm at Cheers Engineering in Bayswater did my shaft years ago.. It's nothing special. just a 3.5" steel. Good service and price.
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Old 30-12-2010, 08:06 PM
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Just doing some homework, and consideration..

Option a Tru-Track?
Fit C-clip eliminators?
Overall quality and fit?
hey steve did you upgrade your 12bolt yet,looking at beefing up mine,want bigger axles and get rid of c /clips etc
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Old 30-12-2010, 08:15 PM
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Not yet..
I will get my resto finished then take to the track to see what gears I need based on RPM through the lights. Not sure waht MPH I'll be running but ultimately ~123-125 with 28" tire. I think 4.33 but am expecting to need 4.56
Then order the Moser with that gearset.
I probably said already in this thread, but I will order the Torino bearings that eliminate C-clips and get a Detroit Locker too.
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Old 30-12-2010, 08:33 PM
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Not yet..
I will get my resto finished then take to the track to see what gears I need based on RPM through the lights. Not sure waht MPH I'll be running but ultimately ~123-125 with 28" tire. I think 4.33 but am expecting to need 4.56
Then order the Moser with that gearset.
I probably said already in this thread, but I will order the Torino bearings that eliminate C-clips and get a Detroit Locker too.
sorry steve i thought you had a 12 bolt that you were makeing stronger,new mosor hah$$
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Old 17-09-2012, 06:35 PM
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Was looking at ordering a 12 bolt from summit what is the differance from a1310-1350 yoke
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Old 17-09-2012, 07:04 PM
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Was looking at ordering a 12 bolt from summit what is the differance from a1310-1350 yoke
Size, go the 1350, 1310's are for your basic under powered family hack uni's.
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Old 17-09-2012, 07:17 PM
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Was looking at ordering a 12 bolt from summit what is the differance from a1310-1350 yoke
found this from an old post by Mick
A 1310 will measure 3 -1/4" across the caps and have an 1 -1/16" cup diameter. It is rated at 400ft/lbs

A 1330 will measure 3 -5/8" across the caps and also has a 1 -1/16" cup diameter. This is rated at 550ft/lbs

A 1350 will measure 3 -5/8" across the caps but has a 1 -3/16" cup diameter. This is the strongest one and is rated at 680 ft/lbs.
Phil unless you intend to go to bigger HP the 1310 will be fine, if you want peice of mind go to 1350
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Old 17-09-2012, 07:19 PM
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Thanks Mick, Because the one Iam looking at ordering has 1310 not 1350 but is tru trac and 33 spline
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Old 17-09-2012, 07:22 PM
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Phil, do you intend on changing anything engine wise ?
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Old 17-09-2012, 07:31 PM
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not if I can help it . But after being next to you in the tunnel and the sound of yours maybe oneday
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Old 17-09-2012, 07:43 PM
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not if I can help it . But after being next to you in the tunnel and the sound of yours maybe oneday
Haha,Phil I can tell you from the passengers seat, that is one tuff donk.
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