maybe you should give it a try...
that doesn't sound right, different axle stub in JDM?decided to write another seller on ebay since the response i got from the first guy was pretty vague.. here is what he had to say;
Our first version of this LSD would only fit the Japanese axles because they used a different axle stub. What you read on that forum probably referred to this issue.
We have since redeveloped this LSD to fit the USDM axle splines. As long as your car was made for the US market it will fit just fine. Sorry for any scary reading you may have come across.
Generally I'm not one to support knockoff companies but I am seriously on a budget with my Supra as it's my "for fun" car.please don't support a company who's motto is "shit is good"
(see, I'm not joking)
I'm getting a clicking noise sometimes when I on/off gas or clutch-in.I've never had any problems with the stock differential. What problems are you experiencing?
My money's on that being your problem not the OEM diff. I can't tell you how many times I've seen single-piece DS's cause vibrations and other NVH issues on MK3's.I'm getting a clicking noise sometimes when I on/off gas or clutch-in.
You can rule the center bearing out because I just replaced my driveshaft with a 1 piece steel one.
I'm also getting vibrations at 70mph+ and it feels like it's coming from the rear-end.
I had vibrations before I put my driveshaft in. It was the main reason why I got a 1 piece, because it costs only a little bit more to put in than an new OEM center bearing.My money's on that being your problem not the OEM diff. I can't tell you how many times I've seen single-piece DS's cause vibrations and other NVH issues on MK3's.