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    Hey, so I have acquired a f series diff and want to change the mounts over to suit ke70 once I find a doner diff. Has any one got a jig made I could borrow? Won't need for a little while yet, just trying to get things sorted.

    let me know if u can help or know anyone.

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    I've got a bare F series Tarago housing already converted for ke70.

    I only bought it for the axles and centre after the guy upgraded to G series.

    Its no use to me, PM if your interested

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    Very easy to make one.
    "Not all commodore drivers are wankers, but all wankers drive commodores"

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    mount a ke diff in a frame, make the centre sit 100mm or so from the ground so when you put the G series in the centre doesnt hit the ground, and run bars to all your mounts

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