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I'd have to wait until the weekrnd to get pics. The unit is still mounted in the pumpkin. I'd sell the complete pumpkin (iron case w/ 3.27s & traction lok) for $100 plus shipping. The clutches appear to be in pretty good shape still.
 

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I'd have to wait until the weekrnd to get pics. The unit is still mounted in the pumpkin. I'd sell the complete pumpkin (iron case w/ 3.27s & traction lok) for $100 plus shipping. The clutches appear to be in pretty good shape still.

If you get a chance I wouldnt mind seeing how much life is left on the clutches.
 

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Weld The Diff......
LOLz!!
 

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Not sure how I would get a picture of that. I'm not going to take it apart to get a picture of the pieces.
You can see how thick the clutches are by looking at them from the side of the unit.




example:



but a closer up pic so I can see how thick the clutches are.
 

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That tell you next to nothing about the condition of these carriers. Pull the crosspin and check it for wear if you want a good inspection.
I usually have to replace the crosspin and bolt, s-spring, frictions and sometimes I have to use the gear spacers from open units to replace the one on the traction lock units.
Alan
 
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