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Limited Slip Rebuild Kit?

Has anyone rebuilt their Ford limited slip? and know where I can get a rebuild kit? Either that or where the best place is for the individual parts? I'd like to reorder the clutches to get more bite and maybe increase the pressure as well. Also, if anyone knows of an online guide that shows how that would be great.

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I believe it's a ford only part. My gear shop did it for me and it made a big difference. However, it didn't take but 10k miles to loosen up a bit.
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Ouch, really? Maybe I should put the money towards a locker or better LS.
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It still is better than it was at 60k miles, but I don't have that shutter when taking off hard at a turn. It still spins both tires pretty easily.

However if you can wait until you can afford a clutchless LS or a locker, I would/am.
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Thanks for the input. Anyone else have feedback on this?
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