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Somewhere on the web I've stumbled upon an interesting (and for me rather surprising) info. It is claimed that CRDi Terracan is a clone of good old Mitsubishi Pajero Mk2 in everything that has to do with axle, suspension, differentials and etc and any differential lock that fits Pajero Mk2 (ARB or other) would fit Terracan CRDi.
So, I wonder:
1) Does any1 know to a what degree this claim is based on reality?
2) To a what degree it is possible to take the rear axle of an old spare-part disassembled Parejo Mk2 use it to give Terracan CRDi a lock-able rear differential?
Provided #2 is possible, that would give Terracan CRDi owners a relatively cheap difflock option, wouldn't it?
What about Bolster differential lock? Does anyone know about it?
Our local dealer says it's as good as ARB, but 30% cheaper and shold fit the rear axle nicely.
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