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    ok measured my axle's today, diameter of 23.8mm, so from what i know this is zenki. if someone can confirm this it'd be a huge help =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ae_drift_86 View Post
    what defines "high power", as in how much can a t series handle....

    also, what brakes, the axles? surely cant strip the teeth of the crown wheel and pinion..?
    im running a 4agte and it blew the crown wheel and pinion(no teeth left on the pinion) but it lasted a fair while. there strong but not bullet proof.

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    Going by the list on page 1, an S315 diff as per my VIN plate would be a LSD?

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    A Majority of the diff info you want can be found here. http://web.archive.org/web/200901221...o/newcodes.htm Thanks wayback machine.

    JAM533: Axles size info found here http://www.club4ag.com/faq_and_tech_...0Differentials
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    I have been looking all morning, but I cant find what ratio my ke70 is. Its an 1982 manual wagon, k-50 (5 speed). Some people say that its different to the ae71 borgie's, and it differs between 4 and 5 speed ke70 boxes.
    Can anyone shed any light?

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    Have a look at the code on plate on your firewall. http://web.archive.org/web/200901300...tepho/diff.htm
    Check cose at above link. It will tell you ratio.
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    Code should be 282... For a 4.3, 2pinion open centre, small chance it could have a 4.1, but I doubt it
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    Would like to confirm that a t series from an ra60 is a straight bolt in swap? Think I have found one I can pull the diff out of, do I need the handbrake cable or anything else from it?

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    yes i pulled one out at the wreckers and used it. there are rumours being spread that the trailing arms dont line up or some shit but that is entirely false as i have done it. as for handbrake cables i cant remember which ones i used but better grab them just incase
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    They line up but aren't ra60 a wider diff opposed to a t18 item?

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