Yes, correct that is the idea. Not drive yet, but wheel movement is very small. I hope that I can test before winter. Will be seen will the winter bee faster than me to fix Alfa. Without the support ring clearance of wheel bearing was quite big. I repair same time LSD diff, I hope that LSD will not wear so fast. Wheel off set is 0 mm or bit negative so force on the wheel bearing and LSD diff are bigger that normal off set wheels.I am still not sure what you are talking about, but this may be of interest to me as well. Are you saying if you grab the rear wheel top and bottom it moves, like a rear wheel bearing is worn? This is of course the movement of the half shaft in the diff and seems to affect 2.0 LSD diffs, correct?
Now it is fixed an no movement in acceleration or braking.Movement of the axle shaft is normal It will never be "fixed" by the outer bearing. As well the drive flange in the LSD should have enough clearance so it isnt "locked in place. With the unit set up de-cambering the tubes to allow 1/2 a degree of neg camber at the wheels is possible for race cars.