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ADD diff ???

Does anyone know if the vacuum actuator and the electric actuator are interchangeable? Simply put, my ADD diff uses a vacuum actuator(97' model) and the complete diff I'm looking to purchase has an electric one (2001 model)..Can I just swap the actuators or will I have to go deeper?? Thanks in advance

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Does anyone know if the vacuum actuator and the electric actuator are interchangeable? Simply put, my ADD diff uses a vacuum actuator(97' model) and the complete diff I'm looking to purchase has an electric one (2001 model)..Can I just swap the actuators or will I have to go deeper?? Thanks in advance
I know the diff itself is the same, everything else just bolts on. So take your actuator off your diff and bolt it in place on the new one. From there you should be good to go.

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That was my understanding as well, I appreciate the input..

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Does anyone know if the vacuum actuator and the electric actuator are interchangeable? Simply put, my ADD diff uses a vacuum actuator(97' model) and the complete diff I'm looking to purchase has an electric one (2001 model)..Can I just swap the actuators or will I have to go deeper?? Thanks in advance
The diff is the same and the acuator is just different. You can switch the vacuum one on the new one and the other way.
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The diff is the same and the acuator is just different. You can switch the vacuum one on the new one and the other way.
Cool man, much appreciated.

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What you goina do with the e-actuator?
Got pics of it?
I may be interested if you don't have a use for it and will let it go for cheap.
I currently have a working vac. actuator and may be needing the electric one for a test project I got goin'.

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What you goina do with the e-actuator?
Got pics of it?
I may be interested if you don't have a use for it and will let it go for cheap.
I currently have a working vac. actuator and may be needing the electric one for a test project I got goin'.
It's currently bolted to the 4.10 diff I took out of the truck..Not sure if I'm going to seperate it or sell the entire assy..

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Coo. Well, if you seperate, leme know. I want first dibs on it. Too many projects currently but this is one I've been looking forward to.

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Coo. Well, if you seperate, leme know. I want first dibs on it. Too many projects currently but this is one I've been looking forward to.

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If you have an offer, go ahead and shoot..May help make up my mind..

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Actually, I was honestly hoping to get one for next to nothing, maybe swap so shipping would be the only expense. I can work with the vac. one but I think the elec. one would be easier to deal with for my situation.

Thanks though. Once I get all the parts ordered and in for the 84 project, I'll hit ya back up.

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