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Hardstylin

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I recently purchased another VP Calais, when turning the rear wheels shudder and half-catch, the tyres are crap, worn on the inside, okay on the outside.

Just curious as to if it is the diff, could it have a mini spool? Locked diff in some way?

Appreciated as always.

EDIT: I should note that the tyres do not screetch when turning, they shudder, this could be because the tyres are eaten?
 

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yeah its spooled lol, you wouldnt be interested in a swap?
i got 3.7's and a spool but want to go back to 3.08's.

had new carrier bearings put in when i got the gears installed.

swap + cash my way ( complete housing swap)? pm me
 

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yeah its spooled lol, you wouldnt be interested in a swap?
i got 3.7's and a spool but want to go back to 3.08's.

had new carrier bearings put in when i got the gears installed.

swap + cash my way ( complete housing swap)? pm me
Sorry mate, if anything I'll just take it out soonish, just brought the car and it's pretty dangerous.
 

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thats cool i just got a pm about a swap anyway lol.

p.s.- stop being a poof and leave it in hehe, its not dangerous if you drive sensibly.
ive had no issues with mine even in the wet and its been in for ages
 

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thats cool i just got a pm about a swap anyway lol.

p.s.- stop being a poof and leave it in hehe, its not dangerous if you drive sensibly.
ive had no issues with mine even in the wet and its been in for ages
Yeah I will have to leave it in for a bit longer, yeah I don't mind it but it's chewed my tyres and even when driving sensibly I lose traction in the wet.
 
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