Look at the second last pic on the right above the eng. pic.
1967 Mitsubishi 360 van, more like a mini station wagon! Front aircooled 2 cylinder engine, rear drive. ONLY rated for 17 PS so.. .. .. this rear might be a little on the weak side! Not to mention oh so incredibly rare, thus hard to get seals and breaks for it. Besides that, what would you do for replacement Tyre's? Sp-ooze you could weld on new ends from a different axle, but then you could just narrow any axle for that amount of work!
1992 Vivio RXR Supercharged 1990 2 Door Justy Turbo Project 1988 2 Door EFI conversion Other Project Justies
1970 Opel GT Race project
It is spelled REX not WRX it is not a wannabee or pretender because REX means KING
Post by lincolntbird on Mar 14, 2013 9:51:34 GMT -4
Sorry, but that isn't it . The spring saddles are on top of the Mitsubishi diff & on the bottom of my diff. My diff has sort of finned brake drums, best I can tell the Mitsu drums are smoothish. The handbrake cable & brake pipe set up are also different between the 2 diffs . There is a Suzuki Carry here in Deloraine & I am fairly certain the wheel/brake drum set up is similar, but I haven't had a chance to check it out as I don't see it very often. I have tried googling the Suzuki Carry but can't get a clear enough pic of the wheels on the 60's/70's vehicles .
Darn you are right, they are not the same because of the spring perch. However there is a lot of inter company cross over in Japanese car parts. Like the Subaru Justy comes stock with a Mitzubishi alternator! This rear lookes the same in and around the center section part. If you can open both pics side by side they look close!