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Diff Flange question?
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Does the aluminum H-145 diff center use the same parts as the Iron one? Specifically the Pinion flange and the crush sleeve.

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Yes, same crush sleeve (spacer) and same flange. For complete parts list see Differential Part Numbers

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Thanks!

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instead of a new thread....

Just put a h150 in place of the h145
Anyone know if iron h150 pinion flange
fits only sunny 310 tailshaft or can I
use another tailshaft?

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H150 flange uses same bolt-pattern as H165 flange - 45 x 54 mm with inner circle 57 mm. Length may differ. See Propeller Shaft Swaps

H145 has more ratios available then H150

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Thank you but h150 has my favorite economical overdrive
ratios while the h145 has higher rpm race ratios.

3.545 AUTO(CAL),A12 1981-1982
3.545 MANUAL(A14,MPG) 1981-1982
3.545 MANUAL(A15,MPG) 1980

I have your h150 3.545 for the H150 I just fitted

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Plus the H150 is stronger and quieter.

H145: 36 x 50 mm bolt holes. Inner circle 38 mm
H150/H165: 45 x 54 mm. Inner circle 57 mm

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newer and with the 3.545 dont need overdrive 5 speed
Im pretty sure the suzuki carry or Daihatsu terios Hitachi
6.1 and 5.8 or whatever they are fit the h145/150
Compared them at the wreckers and seem spot on andc
could be the one cameron datto had for sale.

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