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    I have no idea about the 4645, but the 45 by itself probably does mean that it is a limited slip. Pull the fill plug to be sure, if it is a limited slip you will see the unit right up tight against the hole, unless you have real small hands you won't even be able to stick your finger in.

    nate

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      quote:Originally posted by N8N

      I have no idea about the 4645, but the 45 by itself probably does mean that it is a limited slip. Pull the fill plug to be sure, if it is a limited slip you will see the unit right up tight against the hole, unless you have real small hands you won't even be able to stick your finger in.

      nate

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      62 Daytona hardtop
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      To add to Nate's post...the 44 on the diff housing means it's a "Dana 44" differential. This was the differential used in most V8 Studebakers from'51-64 (and some to '66).

      The numbers over the 3.54 on the tag should be the number of teeth on the ring gear and the number of teeth on the pinion gear. For a 3.54, they should read 46-13 (maybe the tag is dirty or worn?)

      -Dick-
      Dick Steinkamp
      Bellingham, WA

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