1998 E36 318ti - changing clutch plates in E30 lsd?

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  1. 1998 E36 318ti - changing clutch plates in E30 lsd? 
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    Hiya peeps can anyone help or has anyone done this before???????
    iv got hold of a 325 E30 lsd for my compact! And iv had a set of upgraded competition zf clutch plates for it, but wondering if anyone whos done it could put up pics for help or describe it please???????
    a friend has said he will help do it? he,s built loads of ford lsd but real busy with his retro rally car building so would rather try conquer it myself?
    donuts all the way then
     
     

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    Ive never done this before, but keep me posted when you do get some info please Bobspeed....
     
     

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    no probs il take loads of pics prob involve lager cans at some point tho ;-) watching a rally all day 2moz and going to butter up my mate to help sort it??????? fingers crossed
     
     

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