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NAME (First and Last) : Nick T
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Here is one of the most heavily upgraded differentials to date for sale.
This one has been converted from the OEM LSD to a T2 Torsen center from a Lexus.
PRICE - $2150 - Includes Shipping
This has been converted to the larger 29 spline 3.73 ratio.
It also has all the typical upgrades I perform on these.
The price difference breakdown vs a typical:
  • $300 for the cost of the parts to convert to 29 spline.
  • $350 for the cost of the T2 Torsen center LSD.
No additional labor (which is required) was tacked on to the cost to make the swap over.
Also no additional cost is tacked on for the machining, modifications & TIG welding I performed to lengthen the stub shafts for this setup. (Required for T2 Torsen)
The T2 Torsen was disassembled and inspected & re-assembled.
As with the other T2 I built, this one also has virtually no wear internally. Still in very very good condition.


This diff includes the following:
-Converted LSD center to T2 Torsen unit
-Swapped OEM 27 spline 3.91 R&P to a stronger 29 spline 3.73 R&P
-New matching 29 spline OEM style pinion flange, pinion nut & seal
-Solid Pinion Collar – Crush Sleeve Eliminator
-Special Order Toyota Carrier Bearing Shims – Properly Set Backlash & Carrier Bearing Preload
-New Pair of Koyo Pinion Bearings
-New Pair of Koyo Carrier Bearings
-New Toyota Pinion Nut
-All new Toyota Oil Seals
-Both Drain and Fill Plugs - New Crush Washers
-New LSD Oil Sticker!
-New Toyota Vent
-Completely Cleaned & Case Sprayed w/ 500°F Paint
-Rear Aluminum Cover has been Sandblasted and Clear-coated!
-Complete Modified Side shafts are included
-1 New upper mounting stud has been installed.
-All specifications and detailed instructions for break in are included as well.

As mentioned in previous for sale posts of these:
I am also now using loctite bearing shaft retaining compound as preventative measure against spun carrier bearings.
I have come across too many of these diff's now with that issue.
So the rebuilds I am doing now will all include this to prevent that moving forward.

The gear pattern on this diff is very very good, centered perfectly as shown in photos.
Favoring a bit to the drive toe side, known as "competition pattern"

Summary of the significant differences with this differential:
-OEM LSD converted to T2 Torsen + the supporting modifications to make that work.
-I converted the typical 27 spline OEM R&P to a larger & stronger 29 Spline.
-The pinion flange has been swapped to an OEM style.

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No takers eh?
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Return a good diff core back to drop $ is always an option.
 

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