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    Hey guys i have found a toyota tarago diff (manual) i want to use in my sprinter, its from a 1984 tarago.

    Do you have to use a tarago diff from a yr21 or yr22? or is yr20 ok aswell, being from an 1984 tarago i have a feeling it may be a yr20 im not sure would i be able to use this diff and will it be an f-series?

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    yr22. 85-89 I'm pretty sure.

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    AFAIK YR20 and 21 ran E series, and it was only the YR22 that came with an F.

    Personally I've played with a YR22 which had an F series according to both the build plate and my eye when I pulled the thing out. Never played with a YR20 or YR21.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lloydious86 View Post
    Hey guys i have found a toyota tarago diff (manual) i want to use in my sprinter, its from a 1984 tarago.

    Do you have to use a tarago diff from a yr21 or yr22? or is yr20 ok aswell, being from an 1984 tarago i have a feeling it may be a yr20 im not sure would i be able to use this diff and will it be an f-series?

    Well, if you are taking the diff out of the car, then YOU can look at the ID place and tell us what diff it is. As Hen said, probably E series. I could look it up, but only you can be sure because YOU are the one with the ID plate.

    It probably isn't LSD, and isn't a straight bolt in.

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    Im pretty sure F series sat behind the EFI engines.. E series were with carbed engines

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    YR21 and YR22's both have F-series diffs

    I have pulled one out of both

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    yr22 had e series in the carby model and the f series came behind the efi model

    if its already out of the car rip the centre out and measure crown wheel

    f series are 7.5 inch and e series i think are 7.1??
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    ok guys thanx heaps for the info tried searching but fail you guys are the shit ta, the diff is getting delivered 2moro if its an e-series or f im not fussed either way because the t18 lasted me a long time and im only making 240hp so if its an e-series its only .4" smaller 1mm smaller in axle width aswell to the f-series so the e-series will still be a good upgrade and cheap also

    t18 6.7"
    e-series 7.1"
    f-series 7.5"

    YR20 Solid Axle (leaf) E292: 7.1", 4.10:1, 2 pinions, Open
    4x114.3 1415mm Drum
    YR21 Solid Axle (leaf) E282: 7.1", 4.30:1, 2 pinions, Open
    4x114.3 1415mm Drum
    YR22 Solid Axle (leaf) F282: 7.5", 4.30:1, 2 pinions, Open
    4x114.3 1445mm Drum

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