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Differential front and rear

I have a 1994 suzuki sierra (samurai) with a ca18det silvia motor in it, want to know what diffs would be the easiest swap or if it would be cheaper to strengthen the original ones. please help (just tell me what to do)

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NOTHING TO DO WITH YOUR PROBLEM,
BUT JUST WONDERING WHAT IT WAS LIKE PUTING IN THE
CA18DET COZ IVE GOT THE SAME MOTOR JUST TRYING TO FIND OUT MORE INFO ABOUT INSTALLATION INTO 89 SIERRA.

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