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Old 3rd November 2017, 08:51 AM
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Old 3rd November 2017, 08:57 AM
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Originally Posted by jf1sf5 View Post
If you look closely to both the r180 and r160 on your pic, you will see that my diff is a r160 (air vent in front of bolt, and cover where the bolts hold the diff is flat rather than two "bumps")
Your diff on the left looks like a normal R160. The one on the right looks very strange, never seen one like that. I wonder if it's an old school diff like a Brumby/MY, L Series, etc? I don't know the old school Subies that well
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Ok after looking very closely between your pic jf and the pic I dug up I can see what you mean. Very strange.

As for L series/My r160 rear diffs - pretty much the same as the R160 diff in the pics I borrowed in an earlier post, except that the L series and MY rear diffs have the 23 spline output stubs. Same as the gen1 (and 2??) liberty.

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We have strange Subaru bits over here !

BG n/a exhausts taking the same route as turbo exhausts (up-pipe, down-pipe), small r160 diffs, front SVX axles (inner cv's) with 30 angle...
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