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Old 02-10-2018, 08:04 PM   #1
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s13 I welded my diff now my car yanks to the left hard

Title pretty much explains it. Swings like butter now 89 240sx hatch. The car pulls left hard. Is this normal? I heard it was and I just needed to adjust my tow? But Iím not sure. Was not pulling hard left until after I welded the diff

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It pulling is almost normal for a welded diff save your Pennies and get a real 2 way lsd you'll never look back.
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Make sure you didn't destroy an axle. Also , sounds like you don't know what you're doing . Google and you'll find most answers. If that doesn't work just pay someone.
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if your alignment is off that would do it.
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are your rear tires the same size
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It pulling is almost normal for a welded diff save your Pennies and get a real 2 way lsd you'll never look back.
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It pulling is almost normal for a welded diff save your Pennies and get a real 2 way lsd you'll never look back.
Iíve had numerous welded diffs, never had pulling. Only chatter when turning, sounds like an alignment issue or something wasnít hooked up right.
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If tire sizes are different or pressures are very off in the rear it will want to pull hard to one side.
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unweld the diff, should fix the problem
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He is a full time drifter though.
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Title pretty much explains it. Swings like butter now 89 240sx hatch. The car pulls left hard. Is this normal? I heard it was and I just needed to adjust my tow? But Iím not sure. Was not pulling hard left until after I welded the diff
This is why I hate coming to this forum.

Bunch of idiots. Can't afford a diff, welds his open diff. Now he's not going to be able to afford tires. Probably going to stuff his car into a tree with that shitty alignment.

I can already picture the kind of person posting this. Willing to bet if you went to the OP's facebook or instagram you'd see a herpaids 240, at least 3 different colors, cut springs or pick your color shit coilover, 17x7s and at least 2 pictures of him posing in front of his car crouched down like a cholo or standing on his shit pile of a car.
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i drove a welded diff car i guess im mistaking "pulling" for low speed chatter/ locking making u turns... it pulled on throttle the slighest bit in the rain, but hey you guys are the experts. i never had any issues with my ATS deftforce diff.. but driving a welded and a 2 way was night and day difference....
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"Welded my open diff"

"Tied my shoelaces together"

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Just putting my unconstructive .02c in here. I welded my diff and ever since I've wanted a 2 way.

The vibration and general shittiness gets old quickly and this is in a track only/weekend car, I could only imagine how annoying it is in a car driven more often.

I've also noticed that the car tends to "squirm" during downshifts and this is on a fresh alignment.
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You have an issue unrelated to the welded differential - so I think. I have a welded diff. Drives straight as can be.

Are you super duper low? Axles binding? Have you gone through the rear arms/bushings/etc?

Yeah yeah, yada yada welded diffs are cheap and suck. We all know this. Bottom line is, still works.
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Either you've harnessed some super power, and the likely it's an alignment maybe? I wouldn't drive anywhere. It's not raining for a long time. So weldds are crap unless you've known to drive for a long time.
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Anyways. I've had a welded and a kaaz. My welded is significantly more comfortable than my 2 way in almost every instance.
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This is why I like coming to this forum. Learn to laugh a bit, and you'll gain plenty of knowledge. Act like a dipshit or be from florida (which are the same things) and you won't last.

Anyways. I've had a welded and a kaaz. My welded is significantly more comfortable than my 2 way in almost every instance.
That is perplexing. You must not drive your car often on the street?
Unlocking the diff is what makes the two way incredible for street driving. Supermarket parking, turning around, really any kind of turning.
When I was pulling into the bank yesterday it has the angled parking spots that correspond with the side of the road you're on, so the spots on the left are like 115* from you if driving up the right side of the road. I saw an open spot, clutched In, made my sharp low speed turn silently.
I chuckled and said "fuck a welded" also, tire wear.
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Anyways. I've had a welded and a kaaz. My welded is significantly more comfortable than my 2 way in almost every instance.
My current s13 has a Kaaz 2 way and my s14 has always had a welded. I'm dailying the 13 now and its extremely annoying. Lots of clunking and popping and general noise. I agree with my welded being more comfortable and subtle. Also I change the diff fluid every 3k miles with KAAZ fluid it makes a difference for the first day or so then it goes back to being loud. I daily drove my s14 for years on a welded with no issues.
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The issue is not the welded diff.

Anyone who thinks a 2way will fix this problem is wrong.

This issue is with alignment or tire size/pressure,
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That is perplexing. You must not drive your car often on the street?
My car sees only the street and I average about 6K miles a year. See below.

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Welds diff because #race-ka
Complains because functions like a shittily slapped together #donkey-ka(rt)

Coincidence??

In all honesty, the diff the probably not your problem. However, there is a reason NO OEM or any company for that fact develops welded diffs. It was a technique developed by cars that have no emphasis on car dynamics apart from going straight.

Either way, check your alignment, bushings, suspension.........then proceed to burn it to the ground because #donkey-ka(rt)

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What are you complaining about, you're not even the original poster?

The guy's problem is that the car pulls ever since he welded the diff. Revert and install a proper differential, problem solved. Easy.

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This is why I like coming to this forum. Learn to laugh a bit, and you'll gain plenty of knowledge. Act like a dipshit or be from florida (which are the same things) and you won't last.

Anyways. I've had a welded and a kaaz. My welded is significantly more comfortable than my 2 way in almost every instance.
you're a dipshit.
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you're a dipshit.
NO. tuzzio is actually pretty spot on. The Kaaz is inherently loud and clanky in every single aspect. I think you have to either use Kaaz special diff fluid or dino (140w or whatever) dino gear fluid to quiet it down "some". Not entirely. But some. Just rolling through a parking lots causes all sorts of wild horse bucking and nasty gear noises. Fuck dat life!

Just because it works doesn't mean it doesn't suck at everything else.
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"Tied my shoelaces together"

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