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dickrick
03-15-2008, 10:32 PM
TEE HEE [36] :party0010:







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MINI SPOOL FOR DANA 44 DIFFERENTIALS


Installs easily into stock opne carrier

For racing, serious off-road, or crazy hot-rodders, a spool is the ultimate traction differential. Actually, it can hardly be called a differential because it does not differentiate. Spools have several purposes. First, they lock both left and right axles solid together so that there can be no loss of power due one wheel spinning faster than the other. Second, they usually support the ring gear much better than most other differentials. Last, they can be lighter than a differential, which saves rotating mass as well as un-sprung weight that the suspension has to contain.
The main shortcoming of spools is the fact that the outside wheel has to turn faster when negotiating a turn if both wheels are to maintain traction. If the axles are locked together, one or both wheels have to slip in order for the outside wheel to travel farther than the inside wheel. This can cause the rear of the vehicle to spin out, fish-tale, or can cause a lot of noise that sounds like positraction clutch chatter as the axles twist and release. Sometimes these effects are not all that bad, and they are less severe when 35-spline or larger axles are used. For those people on a budget, there are mini-spools available for many rearend designs. A mini-spool fits inside the standard open carrier, replacing the spider gears, and locking the left and right axle shafts together just like a spool does. A mini spool drives exactly like a full spool does, but they are not as strong as a full spool and do not add any extra support to the ring gear like a spool does.
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FINGERS
03-15-2008, 10:58 PM
herpes from a secret agent :vroam:

dickrick
03-16-2008, 09:06 AM
herpes from a secret agent :vroam:

I mean besides that!:cool:

Ugly
03-18-2008, 01:27 PM
hmm.. what are the chances of bad things happening with 33's on a dana 44 with one of those. im lookin to upgrade to 35's ,.. eventually. anyone got any experience with these?

Apathy
03-18-2008, 01:37 PM
it'll last for a while. the D44 and single cross pin don't hold up well. about as good as welding them.

England
03-18-2008, 01:40 PM
DETROIT

epic3
03-18-2008, 02:27 PM
mines still better

dirka dave
03-18-2008, 03:28 PM
Detroit is the best,[36]
ARB if you can afford it.:rolleyes:
[cheers]

dickrick
03-18-2008, 07:55 PM
I'm gonna be runnin 35's and when I can afford it I am gettin an ox locker for the front. And no yours isn't better Phil! Yours is a cross breed[16]

epic3
03-19-2008, 11:55 AM
I'm gonna be runnin 35's and when I can afford it I am gettin an ox locker for the front. And no yours isn't better Phil! Yours is a cross breed[16]


CROSS BREED!!!!!!!

You think your insecure pokes at my superior scout will garner you a higher self esteem you are sadly mistaken.

When we goin wheelin asshole2

Apathy
03-19-2008, 12:11 PM
CROSS BREED!!!!!!!

You think your insecure pokes at my superior scout will garner you a higher self esteem you are sadly mistaken.

When we goin wheelin asshole2

as soon as you cut your front fenders so that you can actually drive it..lol

epic3
03-19-2008, 01:05 PM
yeah yeah yeah

I'm gonna push my axle forward and lift a wee bit more instead gotta maintain them sexy curvy scout lines ya know