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pinkpanda3310
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10.30.2010, 10:18 PM

LST = roughly 18mm square , 26mm diagonally

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10.31.2010, 06:24 AM

Thanks panda

And now the Bp meassures someone?
   
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10.31.2010, 12:36 PM

18.5mm square, 25.75mm diagonally
   
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10.31.2010, 01:49 PM

Thanks alot guys! That will do, it will work with some will

I wonīt do this right now, but I will post here when I get it done
   
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12.04.2010, 07:43 AM

I have ordered some lst diffs now, and I have some savage diffs right here on the table...Just waiting for the diffs to drop in.
   
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12.23.2010, 07:18 PM

Well, I didnīt have Bp diffs here, it was some savage x 4.6 diffs, they have a higher tooth count than the BP diffs butt since the BP diffs have bigger tooths I think the final size of the ringgear is similar, Itīs simply a much bigger gear than the gears that the lst diffs are using.

So... I simply shimmed and installed the Lst diffs with some steel dogbones and other goddies, Iīm running my slipper completly locked and after 20hours we are still going strong :).

And I didnīt have to remove much material from the bulkheads at all, where the material is removed isnīt were I use to snapp my bulkheads anyway.
   
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01.03.2011, 06:34 AM

Just a small update.

The diffcup from the savage fits on the lst cup and vice versa, the only difference is that the lst cup is sligthly slightly shorter, maybe itīs a good idea for people that is stripping the intrenals on their fluxes to use a lst cup, and for the Lst owners that are stripping internals to use savage internals instead since they are a bit thicker and would make the gearmesh tighter.

I didnīt mount it all up tho, so Iīm not 100% sure that it will fit, but I thought it might be a good idea since you have a limited space to shim the internals on because of the pin that the gear sits on on the output.
   
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01.06.2011, 12:05 PM

@ Manne:

Can you please post a picture of the diff-case with the Savage internals.

I want to use the diff for a savage trophy truck build.

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