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so you would agree that thats the wrong diff on it? bc thats what im trying to decide is if the OE 424 diff was supposed to be on this bike or not. if so i will definitely order the right diff. just want to make sure im getting the right one and thanks for the help!Hi, the older diff was engaged all the time and had a longer drive shaft as the diff is shorter because it doesn't have the actuator on it. I would look for the selectable front diff and reinstall it. Not a hard job. I found one used cheap worked great. My opinion is that is better than the warn drive shaft. However both would do the job at the end of the day,but if you have to fix or rebuild the front diff anyway I'd (and then get a warn kit) I'd just get the proper diff. Should be cheaper and cleaner looking.
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My 4 wheeler is 2000 450S all the time 4x4Good evening sir, did you fix this already ? Did you use your old differential? If not do you wanna get rid of it? I broke my casing on one side and can't find a used one