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    hello i was wondering about changing my S series Dif for a T series can i make it from a ra60 and a t18 tailshaft and then puttting the jdm 2way lsd in it after i get the diff on it?

    please i would like to no thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTAZ! View Post
    hello i was wondering about changing my S series Dif for a T series can i make it from a ra60 and a t18 tailshaft and then puttting the jdm 2way lsd in it after i get the diff on it?

    please i would like to no thanks
    Ra60 diff will fit but trailing arms dont align correctly and spring perches are different size.
    T18 tailshaft will work
    Jdm 2way wont work in ra60 diff as axles are differnt sizes

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    na i wanna make a T series so what would be the best way?

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    just buy a jdm t series that came out in an ae86.

    by the time u pay a diffshop to change the mounts, find suitable axles, etc etc, you would be paying more or less what you could pick one up for anyway.

    and it will save you plenty of headaches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTAZ! View Post
    please i would like to no thanks
    and what the fuck? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by todd View Post
    just buy a jdm t series that came out in an ae86.

    by the time u pay a diffshop to change the mounts, find suitable axles, etc etc, you would be paying more or less what you could pick one up for anyway.

    and it will save you plenty of headaches.
    i put my ra60 diff in for roughly $300 and yes that included welding, new trailing arm bushes and panhard rod

    ps, the bushes have enough flex in them to just bend them in to fit

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    Quote Originally Posted by egg_83 View Post
    Jdm 2way wont work in ra60 diff as axles are differnt sizes
    Depends what is meant by "JDM 2way".

    If it is a centre to suit small axles (Zenki), the more common one around, then yes, RA60 axles will fit.

    If it is the later, rarer, Kouki, large axle version, then RA60 axles won't work.

    Hen

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