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F35 and F40 transaxles...same differential? []
Posted by The Saab Network (more from The Saab Network) on Wed, 8 Jun 2005 20:38:09
Message from Sonny -

Subject: F35 and F40 transaxles...same differential?
Can someone with a recent parts catalog tell me if the differential carrier of a recent 9-3
with a 6-speed transaxle is the same as on a 5-speed. I.e., whether the GM F40 transaxle uses
the same differential as the F35.

I want to know because if that is the case, then Quaife has a limited slip differential for
the F40 application. Their application guide only lists the F35.

Sonny (Baltimore)
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