<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by chacane67:
The 'No-Slip' would act much the same, but it would be much tamer than its previous design. Inside the No-slip, it has a spring loaded device (bias springs) which forceably keep the drivergear (which works off of the pinion shaft blocks) dis-engaged form the coupler (side gear), until the vechicle accelerates/de-celerates. (BTW a no-spin and a lockrite are basically the same.)
What differential do you currently have? There may be another approach to solving your problem. I wont steer you away from a no-spin, I have a lockrite in one of my vechicles and it works great, but there may be a better answer.... <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
I'm unsurewhat differential I have? I am pretty sure, based on the history of the car that it is the original rearend. It is a standard 68 camaro convertible with a 10
bolt. From the reading I've been doing, it sounds like I may have to look inside to know for sure?