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    1967 911s lsd

    Hi
    Can anybody tell me if a LSD was standard on a1967 911S?
    And if spare parts are available?

    Thanks

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    No and no.

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    I agree. In 1967 the LSD was the 904 version and generally used Nadella drive shafts. A rather rare option.
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    I believe it to be a rare option (not on the factory Kardex) I still plan to run Nadella drive shafts
    Has anybody got any ideas of what options I have knowing the Diff is well worn !

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    Not sure what you want. Pictures please.

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    Does Paul Guard still sell friction plates for a 904 LSD? At one point he had a batch made up.

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    Building one right now. GT diff for early drive flanges with 40/60 or 50/80 asymmetric ramps on the thrust pieces. Nice piece. Gordon
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    Quote Originally Posted by gled49 View Post
    Building one right now. GT diff for early drive flanges with 40/60 or 50/80 asymmetric ramps on the thrust pieces. Nice piece. Gordon
    The factory LSD used very different drive flanges, but did mate to Nadella Axles.

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    That is the beauty of the GT diff, it uses open diff drive flanges. Nadella shafts suck, and 904 LSD drive flanges are hard to get let alone Lobro drive flanges for 904 LSD. Gordon

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    Quote Originally Posted by gled49 View Post
    That is the beauty of the GT diff, it uses open diff drive flanges. Nadella shafts suck, and 904 LSD drive flanges are hard to get let alone Lobro drive flanges for 904 LSD. Gordon
    100% agree. Your diff is a thing of beauty! No wise cracks from the peanut gallery, please.

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    Jim

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