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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-08-2002, 02:01 PM Thread Starter
 
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9\" posi question

I think my EB 9" has a posi but I'm not sure. When I installed the center section, it didn't look like a "normal", sorry I'm used to Chevy stuff, open diff. Where the spider gears should be was enclosed in a casing with small holes in it. I didn't really take notice at the time, but would the spider gears be inside that? I know next to nothing about these axles. Is there a way to tell if it's a posi? Or maybe someone has some pics of an open and posi center section. Thanks for any help.

94 Blazer 4dr, 4.3 cpi, SFA-Dana 30/Ford 9", 4.10 gears, 3" body lift, 30's soon to be 33's
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Re: 9\" posi question

Yes it could have the spider gears inside if it is a ford you can look at the axle,s if a posi you will see a line in the center of the spline on one axle if not no line.

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Re: 9\" posi question

Well, it does have a posi. I tested it in 2wd and did pretty good. Never got stuck. Fairly easy trails. Anyway, the power isn't transmitted to each wheel equally. It seems to go back and forth between wheels. Is this how it is supposed to work or does it need rebuilt?

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