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The Bead
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Date Posted:10/04/2017 03:42:54Copy HTML

Hi All,
I am a long time dodger, had Merlin for 17 years now and all is great.
I have always had a rear diff noise, and now have finally decided to look into it,

the truck is a 1994 ex seeboard S75 4x4

the diff has a locker of sometype in it, and appears to be locked in all the time then unlockes to unload the tension

I have the diff out and it all looks like new ( only 130k kms on the clock) no bits of metal etc.

does any one know what diff this is, what axle?

any info on it,

I wonder if Seeboard had a diff that must be unloaded by driving off road, like the military trucks have to?

thanks for any help


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Re:S75 4x4 rear diff

Date Posted:18/04/2017 08:44:09Copy HTML

 Hi we don't use this forum much now we use Facebook see link at top of page,
The rear axle has a limited slip diff unit that locks the rear wheel when one starts to spin, it was an option on 2wd vehicles too, it is basically a clutch type mechanism 
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