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I have found a viscous LSD in the junkyard for $450. This diff is from a 90 model 300z. It is definetely beefier than the R-200 and looked to be easily adapted into an earlier Z. I would be willing to mail it to someone if they were interested. I would buy it for myself if I had the money!
 

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> I have found a viscous LSD in the junkyard
> for $450. This diff is from a 90 model 300z.
> It is definetely beefier than the R-200 and
> looked to be easily adapted into an earlier
> Z. I would be willing to mail it to someone
> if they were interested. I would buy it for
> myself if I had the money!

This is from a Z32 right?? I think they used different lenghts for the splined end of the half-shalf that snaps into the diff. The 280Z style half-shaft won't snap in. I looked at one of these before, and this was what I found. I don't think you can adapt the later style CV-Joint axles into the early Z either. 280ZX Turbo CV-Joints can work (with some mods), but 300ZX won't, especially if your car is lowered, and you have a 0 degree angle from center of diff-stub axle. The 300ZX Z31 axles are alot longer than the 280,280ZX style even when compressed, and I'm sure the Z32 style is more similar to the Z31 than the 280-280ZX.
 
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