- Series 3
- Defender - excludes late 110 models with short nose diff
- Discovery 1
- Discovery 2
- Range Rover Classic
Recognised for its toughness as well as its smooth & quiet operation.
> Smooth operation
> Performs open until needed
> Fully automatic limited slip
The Detroit Truetrac was the first helical gear differential ever introduced into the automotive aftermarket as an Eaton brand. It remains the leading helical gear-type limited slip differential in the industry. Detroit Truetrac's proven helical gear design eliminates the need for wearable parts, resulting in maintenance free traction.
Recognised not only for its toughness but also it’s smooth and quiet operation. Engineered to work efficiently in front and rear axles, semi-floating (C-clip axles) and transfer cases. Power transfer is so smooth, it literally goes unnoticed by the driver - even in front wheel drive axles.
Proven design, low cost and effective performance, all make the Detroit Truetrac limited slip differential the ideal choice for a wide variety of vehicle applications.
No maintenance - just traction!
When fitting a metric diff centre with metric bearings into an imperial casing you will require the additional following parts. Diffs went from imperial to metric in approximately 1983, take a look at one of the heads of the four large journal end cap bolts, if ‘8.8’ is on the head it is metric, if not then it is imperial. Parts are required for fitting to both Truetrac or Detroit lockers.
DA5712 Spacer ring
DA5713 Imperial bearing sleeves
RTC3095 Bearings. 2 x bearings are required