10BoltDifferential

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Page created by T August 6th 2007:

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10 Bolt Salisbury Differential. The 10 bolts that hold the cover on have no connection with the name. The name 10 Bolt describes the number of bolts that hold the Crownwheel to the Hemisphere. Click to Enlargen. Photo by HG383PREM.


10 Bolt Differential:

Submitted by Qute on Tue, 10/04/2007 - 11:52. A Salisbury diff is called a 10 bolt because it has 10 bolts holding the crownwheel to the hemisphere inside the differential. The fact there are 10 bolts holding the cover on is just a coincidence. End of Qute's submission.
10 Bolt Salisbury Differential. The cover isn't round which identifies it as a 10 Bolt. Click to Enlargen. Photo by HG383PREM.
10 Bolt Salisbury Differential. The flat along the bottom identifies as being a 10 Bolt. Click to Enlargen. Photo by HG383PREM.
HK-T-G 10 Bolt LSD 3.08 Salisbury Diff. Click to Enlargen. Photo by Jayson Condon.
 
10 Bolt Salisbury Differential Gearset. Click to Enlargen. Photo by Rusty.
10 Bolt LSD Salisbury Differential Gearset. Click to Enlargen. Photo by HG383PREM.

Rear Axles:

 Note that there are coarse and fine spline axles.

Coarse Spline Axles:

The coarse spline axles have the fewest teeth and are the early type. These were prone to breaking.

Fine Spline Axles:

The fine spline axles have the most teeth and are the later type. These solved the axle breaking problem.

Diff Change:

Note that when changing the differential the axle type must be observed. Changing the side gears inside the differential is a quick job for a diff ace and can make it easy to match the axle type to the side gears.Rear Axles

10 Bolt Identification:

By ben simpson 04/07/14@23:14  "the flat cast area on the bottom of it." "the cover plate is not fully round like the banjo internal-based small salisburys"End of submission by Ben Simpson.

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