"Death of a Differential" AKA guide my rear end revamp

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\r\n Bought an 82 P type at a good price on the suspicion the diff was going out.
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\r\nSuspicion has been confirmed. Ring and pinion are okay, bearings need redone. Seems someone botched an attempted rebuild and just tightened everything down as much as possible.
\r\nLSD clutch components also appear to be done for.
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\r\nIt\'s a 3.73. Do I:
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\r\n- Throw even $500 more at it if I\'m lucky to add in some form of LSD
\r\n- Hunt down a used diff (preferably in the 4.10 range)
\r\n- Try to yank one off a pick-a-part Toy of whatever model (front diff parts off a 4WD anyone?)
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    \r\n It will be difficult to find a 3.73. A 4.10 diff should be easier to find used and would be a budget solution. If you have money, a rebuilt 3.73 LSD would be very nice.\r\n
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    \r\n Quote Originally Posted by supkar\r\n View Post\r\n
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    I appreciate that. I\'m not going to take the path of cheap and shitty, I simply mean cost effective. Cost effective is in my blood haha. If, for now, I can grab a 4.3 and be done with it I can also take my time rebuilding the 3.73 with the best parts I can find.\r\n
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    \r\n I wanted to replace my 4.10\'s with a 4.30 until I found that Erin\'s car next to me @ 66 MPH sounded like she was in 4th gear! If I went to 4.30\'s,a taller rear tire may be in order.Those would make really good 1/4 mile drag racing gears,for my car anyway.
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    \r\n You could toss the 3.70\'s in the corner and spring for the 4.30\'s and bolt it in.Rebuild the 3.7\'s for a ROAD TRIP in the future.
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    \r\nFrom what I read,it\'s difficult to find the correct parts to do it right. The ring and pinion may be OK: it was in gear oil and the bearings were not.LSD is cooked?That\'s easy. It\'s the set up and shim- shuffling that will give you fits,from what I have read and seen on Eric the car guys You Tube channel.
    \r\nI\'ll guess that the pinion bearing has been sloughing off bearing bits for a while.
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    \r\nI\'m on my 3rd(Used) differential.
    \r\nDumb-ass me,I threw away the 4.10 OPEN ,dammit.
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    \r\nMy second 4.10 LSD was a @#$!((**)screamer and Ray has it,now.
    \r\nMy 3rd one is tolerable:80% quieter.
    \r\nI absolutely stole it for $100,2 years ago.
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    \r\nMy mechanical skills do not include a diff rebuild.It would be a \'screamer\' when I was through. The ONLY way I would attempt one is with a NEW R&P,that does not have wear patterns in the gears,already.
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    \r\nMy differential is due for new fluid.Synthetic + additive and I don\'t care if I over fill it.
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    \r\n a 4.3 is fine on highway, i barely notice a difference between the 3.7 and 4.3 to be honest. other than looking down in 5th and see im cruising at like 2000rpm lol.
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    \r\n Road trippin\' is certainly in this car\'s future. Idaho is flush with mountain highways full of turns and no one watching
    \n$250 for a 4.3 LSD when I was quoted $600-800 to redo the bearings to get me back to basically an open 3.73...
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    \r\n I enjoy long road trips in my 83, not street racing. I do 80 or more with the 3.73 and the RPM\'s are way less than my original 4.10 and I\'m sure it\'s better on gas. My engine would scream at 80mph before the 3.73\r\n
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    \r\n I will NOT be racing this thing, let me get that out there haha.
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    \nThe 3.73 may very well just stay in the car, but it\'ll HAVE to have a bunch of work, and I\'m looking at like $1200-1300 if I want it fully redone. And one way or another, I want to get a limited slip in my truck too, so I am leaning toward that used 4.30. I have feelers out on other diffs as well, but I think $250 for an operable LSD is a pretty fair deal.
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    \r\n Now,you are looking for TWO diffs?
    \nYou want 3.73\'s for your truck and your Supra.
    \nIf you can go to taller tires on your truck,the 4.10\'s may do.
    \nUsed is WAY cheaper,if you can find a few.
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    \nWANTED: 3.73 LSD\'s (2 OF THEM) In the meanwhile,
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    \n That\'s exactly why I wanted a 4.30: LACK OF TORQUE.Wait for it... and wait some more.
    \nI got past that after adding some intake mods.WAY better! Later, an \'85 5MGE.
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    \n Comparing my last (car), big block Ford , I thought that the 5 MGE was totally lame for torque. True.
    \nFixed that.. and my 4.10\'s were OK,then.
    \nI even thought of buying a high-stall torque converter to fix the lack of torque.
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    \n The 6,000 rippem\'s is fine,but it takes a long time to get there and the lower gear diff would be able to get past the lack of torque area to some REAL horsepower sooner/ faster.
    \n The torque curve on our engines happens at 4 K?
    \nWould you choose to cruise at that RPM?
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    \n You want the 3.73\'s to work,in your application.
    \nSure,the 4.30\'s would be better for acceleration,but it will hurt your MPG\'s on the high way,considering the engine speed.
    \n You may wish for a 6th gear to mellow out the engine speed.
    \nYou won\'t need down shift to pass a Volkswagen/Geo/slow driver,with the 4.30\'s.
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    \n MPG\'S? Lower RPM is better,usually. That\'s why there are overdrives:Just cruisin\'.
    \nI can tolerate the slight whine @ 50-60 MPH.
    \nI\'ll never go back to an open diff, as I have seen snow in Seattle, B-4: I had to get to work!
    \n I have also changed the spring\'s pre-load to compensate for the R.R tire spinning wildly out of control and left it that way for the LSD action. Better!
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      Fine work you are doing here

      Found some more verification the guts work in F code diffs. This option is looking really nice for my situation.

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