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Old 04-01-2007, 12:15 AM   #1
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Default Club Sport Diff for sale.

I have one person interested, but if it falls through, just sending out a wire that it's off the Club and on the market.

Depending how the current talks go, I might reup it here for sale or ebay, but I would rather go with Ti.org.

No Leaks.
New seals were done at time of my UUC flywheel.
No noise, no shearings in the fluid.
surface rust on the top of the casing..but being exposed to the elements for 10yrs does that..easy paint and prep.

1 note, at the moment, the plan is to keep the diff flanges of the Ti to bolt to the new diff, so you would need to swap flanges of your current one to this one.

Limited Slip is nice and tight.

Redline 75w90 was used and changed at 8k-10k intervals, or when I did a major go-over of the club sport..which is every 4-6 months.
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Possibly. 3:45? Price?
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dibs on this upon price.
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It is a 3.45. FYI, I paid $400 for mine 2 years ago, and another $100 to ship it. CS LSDs are RARE, thus the price is high. I would think Panzer could get at least $350 for this.
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also will be selling

Club Sport OE sway bars(going for bigger harder sways) 26mm/16mm
Club Sport springs with Bilstein HDs(going to BTS)
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also will be selling

Club Sport OE sway bars(going for bigger harder sways) 26mm/16mm
Club Sport springs with Bilstein HDs(going to BTS)
Marko is looking for a set of sport sways. I was going to sell him mine for $130/shipped but I backed out of the sale after buying the ///m3. I'll send him a PM about your bars, he'll probably buy them.
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Ok kool, but how much for the lsd? I rather get this one than a 3.46.
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Interested in the sways as well now.
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interested on clubsport coil springs
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still waiting on price
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been busy working on the car.

haven't decided on a price yet, plus I need to get the shipping cost
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