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Old November 27th, 2007, 07:09 PM   #1
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Ok guys i have two sets of wheels, both 16" stock chevy wheels. Good condition minor corrosion and some road and rock rash. But are straight and hold air. $75 bucks a set.
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Have a front chevy 88-98 IFS differential with 3.73's and ~64k miles on it. $70.


A stock GM G80 Gov locker from a 88-98 gm 8.5" 10 bolt, 30 spline, 3.73 gears. $70.


Not holdign anything for anyone. First one with cash in hand gets it.

All prices are OBO and located in saginaw, Let me know. I might be adding more stuff here if i find parts laying around.

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Old November 27th, 2007, 07:14 PM   #2
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Old November 27th, 2007, 07:31 PM   #3
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set is 2 or 4?
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Old November 27th, 2007, 07:34 PM   #4
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set is 4 wheels, no tires.
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Old November 27th, 2007, 07:40 PM   #5
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I am interested in the 2nd set (the ones shown on the back of the truck).Do you center caps for them? Can i get some pics of the 4 of them? frdtrckmnrich@yahoo.com Thanks
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Old November 27th, 2007, 07:42 PM   #6
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they have caps. I can get you pictures after the weekend. Marc H was first in line. But i will for sure get pics for you guys.
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A stock GM G80 posi-traction locker from a 88-98 gm 8.5" 10 bolt, 30 spline, 3.73 gears. $100.

FYI, limited-slip differentials are not lockers. At all.
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Old November 27th, 2007, 07:49 PM   #8
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Interested in set in first pic
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FYI it is a GM eaton G80 locker. It is a true locker that locks up. I call it a posi since it isnt a detroit or a spool. But technically it is a locker.

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FYI it is a GM eaton G80 locker. It is a true locker that locks up. I call it a posi since it isnt a detroit or a spool. But technically it is a locker.
Its a Torsen differential that has mechanically activated friction discs. If one side loses traction completely, it is unable to apply torque to the other side.

What this means is that if one wheel comes off the ground, you're going nowhere until you ride the brake and restore the torque bias ratio. Its not a locker.
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Well this has spring weights and will completely lock. If a tire is off the ground with 200rpm? difference side to side it will lock.

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The Eaton mechanical locking differential was the first to be offered as an option to pickup drivers and today it is known around the world simply by the GM option code G80. This automatic unit, available as standard and optional equipment for rear drive and 4-wheel drive vehicles, makes traction problems a thing of the past. The Locker makes towing large boats and campers a breeze. Be sure to ask your dealer if your vehicle has an Eaton differential.
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Its a TORSEN DIFFERENTIAL. It has a static torque bias ratio. If one tire has no traction (in the air, whatever), the other tire gets no torque. That's why you can force it to activate with the brakes. A locker will turn both wheels regardless of whether one is in the air.

Its not a conventional LSD, but maybe this will make it clear and explain how it is different than a locker.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbMZ9...elated&search=

http://auto.howstuffworks.com/differential6.htm
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you don't need to use the brakes. RPM difference makes it lock. I have had a tire 2 foot in the air and had both tires driving and never used the brakes. Call it what you want, eaton calls it a locker. It locks when a tire is in the air without the use of brakes, it takes a certain RPM to make it lock. Where my detroit is always locked when torque is input, the G80 is unlocked until one tire spins enough to make the diff lock up.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGlacQlBGcQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8nAbg5suFw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8PpZF77tgk

Edit: not going to argue with you on this. GM, and eaton call it a locker so thats what i'm calling it.
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I'm not calling it what I want. I'm calling it what freaking Zexel Torsen call it. You made my points for me. It does not function as a locker functions and I don't think you listened to what was said or shown in the YouTube video I posted at all:

"Maximum driveline torque is available to the high-traction wheel."


The videos you posted only show that it does actually work as a traction aid (which I'm not disputing). They don't illustrate the details of how it functions because they are sales-oriented. That's why they only show the trucks navigating obstacles and not the internals of the mechanism. If they did, a mechanically-inclined customer might point out that it does not lock, but rather temporarily engages. When you take your foot off the gas, it lets go again. Lockers don't do that.

Do you also call high-pinion axles "reverse rotation" just because some gear vendors call them that on their sites? They're wrong. The gears and pinion do not turn in the reverse direction. They turn the same way as a standard axle (low-pinion). All you have to do is think about how they work.

Someone did to me exactly what I am doing to you right now a while back when I was incorrectly describing some steering parts I was selling. It took me a while to sit and think about the usage, geometry, technical definition, and design intent of the parts. In the end it was a matter of being unfamiliar with the axle configuration that the parts came from and I accepted that I was wrong after taking the time to look at how they worked.
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Old November 27th, 2007, 10:29 PM   #15
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Like i said GM and Eaton (the manufacture) call it a Mechanical locker. If you are interested in it then pm. It not please stop debating and posting in this thread. I am describing as GM and Eaton do, not misleading in anyway. If you want to sue Eaton or GM for false advertising then go for it. Thanks have a nice day.
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Ok consider the first set of 5 star wheels sold, everything else is up for grabs. Make me some offers; i want it all gone.
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I am still interested in the 2nd set. What happened with the first guy? I am still waiting on some better pics first though.
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Not sure on the first guy, like i said above i won't be able to get pictures until after the weekend.
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Why is your stuff for sale in this technical thread on 'lockers'?
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haha no idea
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