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Old 09-02-2011, 05:48 PM   #4

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The half shaft out of the diff will change angles. The diff will stay constant. It has bushings but that's only to compensate for the torque produced. That's the wonder of the half shaft. Think when you jack the car up and the control arms drop but the diff doesn't. Then you put it on jackstands and release the jack. The diff does not change it's position.

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