An Affordable Way to Increase a Vehicle's Rear-End Strength
Replace the internal components of your differential with one of these Mini Spools from Richmond Gear. Richmond Mini Spools lock your axles together for even power distribution to both driven wheels. Each mini spool is CAD/CAM designed, CNC machined from 4140 alloy-steel forgings, and heat treated to aircraft standards. For track use only.
- Locks axles together for even power distribution
- CNC machined from 4140 alloy-steel forgings
- Heat treated for extra-strength
Note: Richmond Mini Spools are designed to work with open carriers only.
I have a 1992 8.8 lsd can I use the clutches to shim this to fit
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