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    Default Wanted: Toyota E Series (E292) rear end out of a YR20 Tarago


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    Hey guys, I'm trying to find something for the SR conversion. I know you can go Hilux and F series, I've been through all that but I don't want an LSD and I don't want to cut down Axles as I basically cannot run a wider length rear end.

    Has anyone got anything, or any suggestions?

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    rn25 hilux is g series and shorter than a corolla.

    mx11 i think f series is the same length as corolla, bit harder to find these though.

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    Like I said to you on facebook, they won't be real easy to find spares for, the hilux diff that I was selling was only 10mm a side wider and they can be picked up for dirt cheap if you look around the one that I am nearly finished converting now cost me $200 with a 3.9 ratio, last one I bought before that was $300 though with a 4.3 ratio.
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    Ahk yea I'm just trying to avoid any increase cause my guards are maxed out and scrub as is
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    Quote Originally Posted by ke_70 View Post
    rn25 hilux is g series and shorter than a corolla.

    mx11 i think f series is the same length as corolla, bit harder to find these though.
    As he said, the only Toyota brand diffs that are remotely available in this country which are the same or shorter in length are the:
    RN25 Hilux - G series (8.0in CW) - 5x114.3 PCD
    MX13 Corona MKII - F-series (7.5in CW) - 4x114.3 PCD
    MX23 Corona MKII - F-series (7.5in CW) - 4x114.3 PCD

    I think I have seen an oddity Corona MKII which had an E-series

    You can see why the Corona diff is so popular, the same length and correct PCD.
    Tarago diffs are all wider.

    Unfortunately all these diffs are super rare and worth a bomb if somebody who knows what they have got are trying to sell it.

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    I have a e series for sale. But in Sydney nsw
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    Id explain more but there people on here I dont like, and i want to see this shit on thsir supposedly awesome masterfully built but stock power making 20v
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    Quote Originally Posted by blake. View Post
    I have a e series for sale. But in Sydney nsw
    How much do you want for it and is it an e292?
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    $160
    I'm not sure, all I know it's I pulled it from a manuel yr20 tarago which is 4.11
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    Should be able to send it, I got a price to send my hilux diff was about $200 if I pulled it all apart and send the housing, diff center and axles separate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blake. View Post
    $160
    I'm not sure, all I know it's I pulled it from a manuel yr20 tarago which is 4.11
    4.11 = 92 so that will be E292. It'll still be wider than an 86 diff though. And if you're going to the effort of fitting an E-series diff you might as well get the Tarago F-series out of a YR22 instead.

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