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    This would probably have a 4.75 to 1 ratio worm drive diff, bolts straight into a late 404 sedan.
    I bought a similar 404 wagon from Colac many years ago.
    We drove in to get the exhaust fixed on our 404 sedan whilst out rally surveying in the Otways and an hour later drove out with 2 cars!
    Parked the wagon at Forrest while we finished the survey.
    The 1968 model engine in the wagon rattled but went hard.
    Passed it onto a landscape gardener and he got a lot of use out of it.



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    I thought all the wagons and utes had hypoid diffs - my '64 wagon certainly did.


    Quote Originally Posted by GRAHAM WALLIS View Post
    This would probably have a 4.75 to 1 ratio worm drive diff, bolts straight into a late 404 sedan.
    I bought a similar 404 wagon from Colac many years ago.
    We drove in to get the exhaust fixed on our 404 sedan whilst out rally surveying in the Otways and an hour later drove out with 2 cars!
    Parked the wagon at Forrest while we finished the survey.
    The 1968 model engine in the wagon rattled but went hard.
    Passed it onto a landscape gardener and he got a lot of use out of it.
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    No, from 1967 they had hypoids.
    We fitted a hypoid diff to a 64 model for the Repco rally in 1979, a massive job involving replacing half the floor pan and even then we had unresolved problems, Panhard rod hitting the diff housing etc. We would have finished the event if we hadn't wasted so much preparation time fixing the rust and adapting the hypoid rear end. Should have spent a grand buying a decent late model.
    If you didn't need any suspension travel, it wouldn't be too hard.
    The later cars had a separate rubber mounted sub frame that the springs and shocks mounted on, this may have happened in 1966, the last of the worm drive cars.

    Demannu;1337143]I thought all the wagons and utes had hypoid diffs - my '64 wagon certainly did.[/QUOTE]

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