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The Mother in Law is looking to replace her 2000 Expedition with a 2011. Dealer tells her that Limited Slip is not available in the Expedition (which the brochure seems to confirm) but that it is available in a Navigator. The Lincoln brochure doesnt say anything about Limited Slip.
So my question is why is the limited slip not available on the Expedition? Because of the RSC?
Doesnt seem to make any difference if it is 4X2 or 4X4 although she doesnt want 4X4.
Ford Truck History
1976 F150 4x4 360 gone 1976 Bronco 302 gone
1978 F250 4x4 400M gone 1986 Bronco II 2.9L gone
1995 F150 Lightning 21K miles
2003 Excursion Eddie Bauer 6.0L
1956 F100 under construction
yeah...if you ever figure out that mess, please let us all know.
A LS with the gears would be a great addition in my eyes when you consider that these vehicles are marketed as Family Tow vehicles.
we've discussed the no LS against RSC before, but never reached any conclusions. I personally don't think they matter to each other. The 2009 F-150 has the RSC crap and it comes with a Locker or a LS axle.
I'm more inclined to think that with the independant rear axle, that Ford left the LS out to prevent breaking a half-shaft. I know the Cobra guys have issues with that and their LS...maybe the Expy + the weight + 300 HP makes things go pop?
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