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    Quote Originally Posted by Funkycheeze View Post
    Check out the alberta supra club on facebook - lots of members and a few mk2 parts hoarder types.
    Ew Facebook haha. Thanks, I'll definitely check that out.

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    Too bad the diff is gone. GOLD around here. There must be a LOT of MK II's in Canada.
    There are a LOT in Washington State.Running cars!
    I don't do facepuke,either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddd228 View Post
    Too bad the diff is gone. GOLD around here. There must be a LOT of MK II's in Canada.
    There are a LOT in Washington State.Running cars!
    I don't do facepuke,either.
    Are diffs that hard to find? I wonder if that's also the case with MkIII Celicas ( think they're compatible?).
    Also curious if there's a way to identify LSD diffs.

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    All Canadian mk2s are LSD. There should be a sticker on the back diff cover that says 'use only LSD oil'.

    RA6X celica GTS uses the same diff but only the last couple model years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Funkycheeze View Post
    All Canadian mk2s are LSD. There should be a sticker on the back diff cover that says 'use only LSD oil'.
    I'm glad you brought that up because I didn't notice that on mine. I've just been putting conventional diff oil in it and have been none the wiser. The diff is screwed anyway (it's been howling like crazy since I bought it) so I'm wondering if that's how it came to be bad in the first place.

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    IF you have an LSD and don't add the friction modifier,you will KNOW IT!
    It will sound like and feel like an earthquake,going around a corner!
    I used Ford stuff.
    BTW: Redline 75W-85 is the frikken' BEST lube for our trannies and diffs. It has the friction modifier already.
    I'm on my 3rd pumpkin,the first 2 were screamers.4.10 LSD's.
    Be prepared to pay 2-4 hundred dollars,U.S. for a used one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Funkycheeze View Post
    Check out the alberta supra club on facebook - lots of members and a few mk2 parts hoarder types.
    I am not a member of this group. Until now.
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