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How to tell IRS side gears from Regular C-Clip ones

Like the title says,, I have a Posi from a 99' Cobra sittin in front of me and I want to verify that its a IRS posi.

I have both the compare in the garage but they are burried deep and was curious if someone had a side by side picture. or perhaps I will have to be the first to take pics.

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if you know for a fact its from a 99 Cobra, its a no brainer that its from an IRS.




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Almost kinda explains why I was askin,, because I'm not 100% sure
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IRs side gears have a groove to allow expansion of the circlips. Solid axle have splines all the way out.
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Side Gears for IRS:






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WTH is that third pic of?? Is that suppose to a mini spool?

Where are the gear teeth on it?
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thats the gear in question thats what the clutch packs go on

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Maybe its just the pictures,, but it doesnt look like anything I have
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Sidegear seems awfully small huh? I have to assume it's a 31 spline with a 3/4 pin the sizes changed alot on those.
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