I pulled his and mine from some 96-00 Pathfinders, then added in a bunch of new and thicker discs from Nissan. The disc/plate arrangement doesn't match anything that came stock on any Nissan, but it proved to be a bit tough dialing in the numbers and staying cost-effective...a .1mm in thickness was making a 200-ft-lb difference at one point. It was kinda crazy, but I must've assembled both rears over a dozen times to get them to even out. I have another LSD from a WD21 should I plan on rebuilding mine.Where'd you source the rear LSD exactly?
Thanks for the heads-up, system-f. I like the SFD approach as well. I thought I was actually somewhat unique with this design when I had these made (it really does work out great for installation), but I just saw the other week that you had the same design when you resurrected one of your other threads. Also saw the failure video, not fun. Pretty cool work you've done there, though.It is good to see that folks are still doing the SFD on these trucks, I always loved that lift. The lift blocks you built are like my first design but your steel looks thicker and your in the anti-rust area of the country so you shouldn't have problems, but I had some cracking between the block and flat plate with that design.