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ZF LSD - what was it fitted to?


rj

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Transit as well wasn't it *confused*

 

P.S. Your bits will be put in the post on Tuesday barring any further unforeseen issues (the Post Office is closed on Monday)

 

Keep off the straight and narrow *tongue* 😬

 

Edited by - Nifty on 3 May 2008 16:11:48

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Nifty,

 

Whenyou say Transit I suppose you mean the half-Sierra Pick Up?

 

(It was referred to as a P100 here)

 

Edited to say *biggrin* *biggrin* *biggrin*

 

Edited by - RJ on 3 May 2008 16:13:31

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I thought all out the factory ford Sierra diffs were the viscose type. I along with RJ would be very intrested to find out if the ZF were fitted standard in any Sierra diffs.

 

Jason

 

Currently, I am qualified to plead ignorance.

 

 

 

Edited by - Jason Fletcher on 3 May 2008 16:36:35

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Rob,

 

 

If it had been fitted to production Sierras there'd have been a huge chance I could pick one here for less than 100£

 

You'd be surprised if you knew the amount of Sierra diffs there have been around at the scrapyards until recently.

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there have been around at the scrapyards until recently

You had them all now then *wink*

 

Sierras are rare over here now. Once they get to a vehicle dismantler they're normally crushed straight away rather than left sitting around taking up space.

 

 

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Adam,

 

I've had my share! You of all should know...

 

Honestly I don't think much will be kept from a freshly scrapped car here either.

 

And someone has hoovered the main scrapyards for diffs which were sent to England, but we still have the smaller places to search. Just takes a lot of effort compared to an online search.

 

Never mind, it looks as if the ZF never was fitted to a production car, so it looks like I can't help the club here.

 

 

/regin

 

 

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