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· 3SGTE & 1GRFE
MR2 Turbo, Taco Dcab
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it limits the slip (speed differential) of the rear two wheels. an open diff will let one wheel (the one with no traction) spin while the wheel with traction sits completely still. a limited slip will drive both wheels, so it will still move the truck even if one wheel has no traction.

-Mike
 
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