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Old 11-11-2012, 10:47 PM
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I'm looking to buy an 08 or up EL 4X4. Do any of these come with a limited slip rear end?
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Basically .... NO.

They all have the non-limited slip rear axle and all EL's have 3:73 gears.

According to the literature they only made the limited slip as optional when ordering the 4x2 EL XLT Limo package.




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They no longer have a limited slip rear because they have traction control.
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