This Week At Quaife Engineering:
The QDF9R Quaife ATB differential:
A direct replacement for the standard open differential, the QDF9R Quaife ATB differential for your Volkswagen Beetle (original model with swing axle) transforms your car’s performance.
Unlike a conventional LSD, the Quaife ATB Helical LSD differential never locks harshly with a set pre-load of wheel slip across the driven axle. A true fit and forget differential that is backed by a lifetime warranty.
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Modec’s all-electric, modular delivery van:
Quaife designed and manufactured the EV drivetrain fitted in Modec’s all-electric, modular delivery van range.
The Coventry based firm began series production in 2007, with Tesco being an early fleet customer for urban home deliveries. Vehicles were exported all around Europe, North America and Dubai.
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Why should I not buy a cheaper copy of a Quaife differential?
When choosing a limited slip differential for your vehicle there are a number of questions you should ask yourself before committing to a purchase. One of these is why should I not buy a cheaper copy of a Quaife differential?
The age-old saying of you get what you pay for is never more true. The Quaife ATB is in some cases more expensive than our competitors, but this is due to the superior quality, development and customer service that come with buying a Quaife ATB.
When looking at purchasing an ATB, the fitting of the product should always be taken into account as in some cases this can be more than the price of the differential. When fitting a differential you only want to do this once so knowing you have a product that has a lifetime warranty gives you the confidence that this will only need to be paid for once.
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