[torsen] Re: [urq] More from the dark side...

Todd Young tyoung at wamnet.com
Thu Mar 1 13:15:44 EST 2001

Just FYI, Chevrolet is running an axle through the oil pan on their new
I6 engine. The differential actually attaches right to the oil pan and
engine block! If you think about it, it saves weight, not just ground
clearance, no seperate mount needed for the differential. Sure will play
havoc with the guys looking to jack up the suspension though.

QSHIPQ at aol.com wrote:
> >  Do they still run one of the front axles through the crank-case?
> I believe it still does that.  But after exploring this (in terms of flaws)
> on the 325ix list, this is *not* a known failure component of the 325ix (the
> clutchpacks, clutch and other parts are, but not the axles, seals or routing
> thru the pan)

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