Aussie v8- you don't have voices in your head? You should get that looked at bro the ones in my head assure me it's normal
Sl/enut- yea that's what I thought but this thread was seeming to disagree. Only asked as there's a few bargains on gumtree currently!
Wanting to trade electrical work for paint and panel work.
i dont know how you can say no wagon diffs fit easy into sedans because in my experience they fit fine and to change shock mounts is 10 minutes with a grinder and a welder or you can do what i did and push the rubber with the steel tube out of the sedan shocks and put wagon rubber in it and leave the wagon shock mount there wroked a treat for me even lowered with 8" rims and big tyres.
Current project VH SL SEDAN 202
Last project VH SL WAGON L67
If you really want to, you could use the wagon diff housing, remove the wagon axles tubes, put sedan ones in etc. Wouldn't be easy or cheap to do though
Cheers Damien"SL/ENUT" Smith, The SL/E Fanatic!
A lucky owner of 2 SL/E Commodores, a rare VB SL/E and a 2 tone VC SL/E. Just need a VH SL/E and have the set!
There is no difference in wheels from VB to VK not sure about VL, apart from being 13" for 4 cylinder, 14 inch for normal wheels and 15 for Alloys etc. The point is the VB Diff is not the same as the later VC-VK diffs, which are different again to VL diffs. I mentioned this because another poster mentioned he heard there were 3 different sizes, I then gave information from the manufacturers workshop manual to support that. We, as individuals, may not think it is worth worrying about but GMH certainly thought it was worthy of writing it down in the official workshop manual.
I don't know what state your in so I'll just go off NSW rego rules. When doing a rego check for road worthyness track is part of the check and they give measurements. Outside of those measurements by 0.5 of a mm and you will be knocked back by an RTA inspector, I have never seen an Authorised examiner yet knock it back but an RTA inspector will.