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2002 Outback Sport Center Diff Lock

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#26 Scott in Bellingham

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Posted 19 July 2006 - 02:28 PM

Just read all these posts , I have a 91 Legacy EJ22 with a manual 5-speed, i plan on putting it in the shortened EA82 turbo wagon. with a divorced transfercase and 8+ inch lift, Ok can I open that tranny up weld up the Diff spiders and get all the power out the rear tranny shaft ???:eek: :eek:

#27 Andyjo


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Posted 19 July 2006 - 08:06 PM

so it and let us know the results ;)

#28 Numbchux


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Posted 19 July 2006 - 08:45 PM

just thought I'd add that Andy's switch will work with stock gearing, and mildly bigger tires. but Mudrat79 ran an Early EJ series Auto with a divorced Tcase behind it and much bigger tires (I think they were still only 33s though), and it needed substantially more modification to handle the torque

a guy here in MN welded the center diff on his 5-speed, and ran it in RWD. so I know that could easily be done

but, if you're going offroad, I'd HIGHLY recommend an auto, if you have the choice

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