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Old 09-12-2006, 10:07 AM
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Does anyone have an interchange?

Can someone tell me what will interchange with a 1995 Astro Van differential?
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A 1995 Safari differential...
The Astrofaris use a very long diff. It is 65" over the brake drums (my full size truck is only 62")... PLUS the pinion is offset to the passenger side almost three inches to match up to the engine location which is offset also.
You don't have any options here. The diff HAS to come from an Astro or Safari. Most any year will probably work but watch for composite spring mounts and different brake packages.
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Old 09-13-2006, 10:24 AM
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Yep, I was afraid that was the case. How about the ring and pinion, any thing else fit?? I'm trying to get out cheap.
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If you go on www.car-part.com someone may have one for reasonable..that is the national used parts interchange..

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