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If I knew it was wet I would have gone 10 under not 10 over.

Currently I'm up in Lynchburg VA with family so I can't get to work on my car until I drive it back to Charleston.
So I bough some duck tape!
 

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What purpose does the duct tape serve? Nothing appears to be hanging off.
 

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That looks like ****. And I'm not kidding.
 

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I too have spun my car on wet pavement. Wet tires are a tricky hing with bald tires. Hopefully you will get the damage sorted out soon and have the car back in excellent exterior condition.
 

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I did so on a turn with a wet road. Not quite use to the torsen. Its my first one.
 

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I thought a torsen was better in wet conditions than an open rear end.
You're less likely to lose traction, but when you do, the ass end will kick out. With an open diff the wheel that doesn't get power doesn't lose traction, and keeps the car pointed straight.
 
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