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Midwest Chassis 9"

This is a discussion on Midwest Chassis 9" within the Drivetrain forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by Klug23 Auburn is a cone type. Yeah it cone clutch and I'm used to lumping the cone ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klug23 View Post
    Auburn is a cone type.
    Yeah it cone clutch and I'm used to lumping the cone and clutch pack posi's together and calling them 'clutch type'. Different ways of naming the same things I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by herculesrider1 View Post
    Soooo, is the Truetrac diff unit a limited slip unit?????
    Yeah Truetrac is like the Torsen. Its a gear driven limited slip

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutlass View Post
    Yeah it cone clutch and I'm used to lumping the cone and clutch pack posi's together and calling them 'clutch type'. Different ways of naming the same things I guess.

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    Thanks Cutlass, good to have an ASE certified mechanic commenting on my threads...thanks to everyone. Feels good having such support on this site. Appreciate it guys!!

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    Feels good to help!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by herculesrider1 View Post
    Thanks Cutlass, good to have an ASE certified mechanic commenting on my threads...thanks to everyone. Feels good having such support on this site. Appreciate it guys!!
    You had a few ase certified mechanics in your thread..

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    Who was ASE certified besides Cutlass??

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    Quote Originally Posted by herculesrider1 View Post
    Who was ASE certified besides Cutlass??
    This guy.

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    Wow, didn't know Klug23. Thank you too bro. It's nice knowing that ASE certified mechanics are roaming around this website giving guys like me reliable and exact information and all because of the love of the breed. Thanks again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by herculesrider1 View Post
    Hey guys, thanks for all the input. I just received word from Midwest Chassis that the rearend in my car is a Strange nodular S case, daytona support, 1350 series yoke, and a Truetrac diff unit. The advisor told me that the Truetrac was clutchless and that I should check the axle bearings and the caliper rotor clearances to see if they are rubbing. Caliper rotor clearances seems fruitless as the sounds started out of the blue. If it was a clearance issue, the sounds would have been there from the git go. Looks like I need to focus on the axle bearings. Sorry for putting y'all through this guessing game. Soooo, is the Truetrac diff unit a limited slip unit?????Thanks,
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    It is a geared LSD........No clutches.

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    Man, the rearend is a little over a year old with right at 20K miles on it and the axle bearings are going out already??? Is it me or does anyone else see something wrong with this picture???

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    The truetrac could be blown....

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