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oddified 20+2 ?????


Old 01-07-2009, 04:12 PM
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hi people
i have just put a oddified 20+2 diff on my comanche
and im not convinced its any good.
it may be me or what but it just spins out every where
theres 3 holes
1: right near the gear
2: in the middle of the diff with allien key fitting
when ive adjusted it fully its undriveable
but ive de adjusted em and it seems a bit better.
also theres free play in the diff.
i.e when i try move it off the floor by the engine
it will turn say (roughly) half a turn then it will start turning the wheels
is this normal?
i use my car for fun
in fields dirt tracks ect..
is this diff good for this sort of conditions or is it strictly for
competion racing or drift competions?

i might be wrong and that might be the way the diff is

anyways all info would be greatfull

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Old 01-08-2009, 11:37 AM
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Default RE: oddified 20+2 ?????

Go to the team 5hite forum (it is a uk forum).
Ian is freq. consulting that forum might be he can give you some tips.

Or write him to his e-mail which you will find on the oddiefied site.
Response is not always very quick per mail I found (if any) so better the forum I gues.

For simply off-roading i would suggest you get a free and open diff instead of any viscous, magnet or any other diff. But opinions on this vary.
Free open diff makes your car more controleable on slippery surfaces. You have many off-road car brands that all run open diffs.
FG, Elcon, LB, Hormann to name a few.
Most of them are interchangeable.
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