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EB Diff into EA questions

Im searching for an EB LSD diff to fit into a mates EA Falcon and from seeing EB diffs at the wreckers weve realised that we'll have to get an EB tailshaft due to the different pinion flange

My question is regarding trailing arm bushes as each wrecker seems to have a different opinion:

1. Use upper and lower trailing arms off an EB

2. She'll fit right in with the existing EA arms

3. Use EA arms with EB bushes pressed into the diff end of each arm

4. Use EB arms with EA bushes pressed into the chassis end of each arm

5. She wont fit into an EA


hoping someone can clear this up for me

thanks in advance,
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Re: EB Diff into EA questions

I thought it was upper EA arms, and lower EB trailing arms.

I did put something here, but it vanshied, I think

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Re: EB Diff into EA questions

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I thought it was upper EA arms, and lower EB trailing arms.
Cheers Dellboy, can anyone else confirm this to save us buying the wrong parts?

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Re: EB Diff into EA questions

WRONG!

It's EBII bushes into EA arms, I forget which arm it is, but you use your old arms, just with EBII bushes in the diff end.
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Re: EB Diff into EA questions

i wouldnt have a clue cause my diff isnt tha original eb diff
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Re: EB Diff into EA questions

what about an EB series II diff into an XF.. if i use XF arms, bushes and bolts will it be ok or is fate gonna shovel $hit into my face again..

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