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Hi not sure if this has been talked about before or not but I have an defender 110 with the drum braked Salisbury axle which has blown the diff and halfshafts due to excessive play I think. My question is are the newer 110 axles with the smaller diff housing size and disk brakes the same ratio as my old Salisbury, as I would like the higher clearance for off road. 

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Yes, straight swap and the ratio is the same - 3.54:1

You'll need a longer prop from a later vehicle also as the diff nose is shorter. 

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Yeh I knew I'd need a later prop as well but someone said to me they was different ratios so I thought I'd ask here and check 

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same ratio in all 90/110's. so as retro says straight swap with longer prop.

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I too am looking for said prop, but you can buy new ones sometime for less than second hand, try lrdirect, they had i think a hardy spicer one

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If you cannot find one I have a drum salisbury cluttering up my garage floor. It has new bearings and seals in the hubs. No half shafts, brakes or diff cover.

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On 4/17/2017 at 3:03 PM, cackshifter said:

I too am looking for said prop, but you can buy new ones sometime for less than second hand, try lrdirect, they had i think a hardy spicer one

I recently changed the prop on my 110 and working on the basis that if I bought second hand I would want to change the UJs for items of a known quality I came to the conclusion that it wasn't worth messing about with breakers and bought new Hardy Spicer from RST online, good service, next day delivery and reasonable price.

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