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Will a 1990 rear diff fit in a 95 Legacy?

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#1 baboonia


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Posted 20 June 2005 - 12:09 AM

Does anyone know if rear differentials are the same from 90-94 Legacy's and newer?

If so, what years?

What about gearing? Are 5 speed and auto diff's different?

What about wagons v.s. sedans?

#2 simbey1982


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Posted 20 June 2005 - 12:58 AM

Differentials will vary in final drive ratio between years, Car style, and type of drive

For example 97 impreza 3.9 in manual 4.11 in auto....it just depends...most rear diffs have a sticker on them saying the ratio...otherwise try this

http://www.rallispec...ssion chart.htm

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