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Old 06-27-16, 06:29 PM   #1
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How's it going guys I'm new to the tread and have a couple questions I'm looking into getting a lsd unit for my 2000 lexus gs400 but I don't want to spend 1200 for a diff I was looking at a auburn 8in but I'm not sure if it will fit thanks all the info and any support will help thanks
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You gotta pay to play when it comes to those kinda parts. Try doing what I did which is contact all the jdm parts places that import from japan and get a genuine lsd differential from a twin turbo supra. they run about 1000 but it doesn't get any better than those units. I have one in my car from a supra. just be careful when trying to bust a youee cuz you might wind up doing a doughnut your first time around.
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