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Lincoln Navigator Limited Slip Differentials

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NEW OEM LIMITED SLIP REAR DIFFERENTIAL SPRING NAVIGATOR EXPEDITION F150 MARK LT

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At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Lincoln Navigator limited slip differentials to ensure that you have every limited slip differential option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Lincoln Navigator limited slip differentials, so that whether you are looking for a Lincoln Navigator rear limited slip differential or a Wavetrac limited slip differential or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Lincoln Navigator limited slip differential needs!


WHY TO BUY?
When it comes to performance driving, traction is the name of the game. In order to get the maximum amount of power to the ground, traction aiding devices like limited slip differentials are a necessity. In addition, if you take your vehicle off road or drive in slippery/wet conditions like snow or ice, limited slip differentials will deliver the traction you need to get safely down the road or trail. Here at Andy's Auto Sport we have a great selection of limited slip differentials. From the budget minded enthusiast to the high-end user, we have the best models from all of the top brands to ensure that you find the perfect limited slip differential to suit your needs.
DID YOU KNOW?
The basic idea of a differential is to allow the drive wheels to spin at independent speeds to provide smooth operation during cornering. But a huge limitation of this design is that power is only delivered to on wheel, usually the wheel with the least amount of grip. This can leave you stuck in the mud spinning only one wheel or cost you time on the track due to reduced traction. A limited slip differential solves this problem by delivering power to both drive wheels ensuring maximum adhesion and allowing you to keep moving forward. There are varying styles of limited slips from clutch actuated units that only partially engage both wheels, to models that act more like full lockers. We recommend that you figure out what type of driving you'll be doing the most and pick out the correct differential for those conditions.





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