> >Also BTW, a good junk yard test for a car with a limited slip diff is to
> >turn one drive wheel by hand. If the other wheel turns the same
> >it has a limited slip.
> Unless it's a Quaife diff. They don't do this
That's interesting, Nick, I didn't know that. Seems like that would mean
that it would not provide torque to the stopped wheel if the other wheel
were completely unloaded ?
Looking at the diagram at
seems like the center spring would provide enough drag between the shafts to
make them turn the same direction ?