I was just wondering what were good years to get an 8.8 w/ disk out of an explorer. Also are the limited slips in some any good or garbage? Last question any other ford models good to grab from? I'm dropping in some more ponies to my yj and I'm a little concerned about the d35's. Thanks for the help!!!
The ford lsd is better than nothing, but like most clutch type lsd, there not the best. My 09 ranger came with a torson gear driven lsd, now thats a lsd. It's of simular design to the detroit tru-trac. It would be better to have the trac-loc than no lsd at all.
1987 wrangler, 258 I-6, 5-speed.
2007 liberty sport 4X4, automatic
2009 ford ranger 4x4 FX4 OFF/ROAD, 5-speed
My thoughs on the LSD is that it is not a locker and never will be. That said it's miles better than stock. I have one in my YJ. Whan I got my 8.8 I paid $25 more for the LSD and it already had 4.10's. When it comes time to rebuild, or if the day comes that I have $'s to burn I'll add a selectable locker, OX, ARB, etc. It works great on the road with was one of my reqirements. As you can see I have an OX installed up front. However, with even a stock setup by adding an 8.8 LSD even to a stock setup will greatly increase your offroad capibilities.
'92 YJ, 4.0L, 5 spd, OX Locked front, 4:10 gears, BDS 3.5" lift, reverse shackles, Ford 8.8 Limited-slip rear, York OBA, JB Conversions SYE Kit, CV driveshft, Centerforce II clutch, Big Daddy Step Rock Rails, Skid Row Top Prop, Big Daddy OffRoad Front Bumper, Yokahoma Geolander 32's, Rokmen Riddler differential cover