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Does anyone know what models and years of 190e and maybe 190d have the same rear axle as my 1991 2.6 190e? The listings on part sites and ebay are pretty confusing to me.
 

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Here's a list of the differfent differential ratios over the years.

(From Nfsjunkie91's sig).

And from 190rev:
The 1.8
('91) 1.8 Auto- 3.46


The 2.0s
('83) 2.0 Carb Auto- 3.23
('83) 2.0 Fuel Injection Auto- 3.25


The 2.3 8Vs
('84-Sept.'88] 2.3 8V Auto & Manual US Spec- 3.23 Non-LSD
('84-Sept.'88] 2.3 8V Auto & Manual Euro Spec- 3.27
(Oct.'88-?) 2.3 8v Auto & Manual Euro Spec- 3.46
('90-?) 2.3 8V Auto US Spec- 2.85
('90-?) 2.3 8V Manual US Spec- 3.27 Non-LSD
('85) 2.3 8V Manual Cosworth- 3.46


The 2.3 16Vs
('86-'87) 2.3-16V Auto & Manual US Spec- 3.27 LSD
('86-'87) 2.3-16V Auto & Manual Euro Spec- 3.07 LSD


The 2.5 16Vs
2.5-16V Manual US Spec- 3.27
2.5-16V Manual Euro Spec- 3.07


2.6s
(?-'89) 2.6L Auto US Spec- 3.27
(?-'93) 2.6L Auto Euro Spec- 3.07
('90-'93) 2.6L Auto US Spec- 2.87 Non-LSD
('90-'93) 2.6L Manual US Spec- 3.27 Non-LSD
(?-Aug.'89) 2.6L Manual Euro Spec- 3.27
(Sept.'89-?) 2.6L Manual Euro Spec- 3.92


Evos
Evo I Manual- 3.27
Evo II Manual- 3.46


AMG
AMG 3.2- 2.87


The Diesels
Turbo Auto- 2.65
Turbo Manual- 3.46
2.5 5 Cyl. Auto- 3.07
2.5 5 Cyl. Manual- 3.64
2.5 5 Cyl. Manual "taxi" version- 3.67
('89) 190D Manual- 3.91 or 3.92 Non-LSD
190D- 3.23 or 3.27 or 3.42
 
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