Drivetrain Differential

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  1. Razzor

    Razzor New Member

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    I have a 95 GT.

    Looking to upgrade the rear end while I am upgrading the rear brakes. I ordered but did not get the trans lock option. What will I need to order to get the limited slip differential? Recommendations?

    Do I have a 28 or 31 spline axles? Should I upgrade the axles as well if I have the 28 spline?

    Thank you,
     
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  2. toyman

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    I would leave the rear brakes and just upgrade the front to the Cobra rotor and calipers. Stock axle is 28 spline and is adequate. The 95 GT differential is a limited slip. Check the gear ratio as most have been changed by previous owners. The quick and accurate way is to count drive shaft rotations for 1 rotation of the rear wheel. For example, if the D/S rotates 3 1/2 turns with one wheel rotation the gear is 3:55. If you are serious about keeping the car put an OBDI reader in your tool box. Cost is about $22 and will save you $'s not spent on parts by guessing and replacing good parts.
     
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