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I think that if you are replacing the whole thing, diff included, then it would be fine. Any compatibility issues would only arise if you wanted to swap parts between the axles.
 

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I've always been led to believe that the axle gear ratios on all coil-sprung Land Rovers were the same. Though I'm prepared to be corrected, of course.
 

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I've seen in the service manual that abs and non abs are different, but my 93 with abs has axles shown for non abs. I've since swapped axles from one vehicle to another and found no problems. I once swapped newer diff. from disco,with axles and had no problems.So I would guess you can do it. Visably the only difference is end cap that is detatchable with circlip.
 

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classicjack said:
I've seen in the service manual that abs and non abs are different, but my 93 with abs has axles shown for non abs. I've since swapped axles from one vehicle to another and found no problems. I once swapped newer diff. from disco,with axles and had no problems.So I would guess you can do it. Visably the only difference is end cap that is detatchable with circlip.
thank you so much 4 the info.
 
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