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In the mid-range of cars this BMC axle had ratios of, -MGA 1500, 1600 Mkl, Mk3 & Mk4 Magnette, Austin A60, Wolseley 16/60, Riley 4/68 & 4/72, Morris Oxford series 6, as 4.3 to 1.

MG ZA, Wolseley 15/50, Austin A50 & A55, as 4.875 to 1.
MGA 1600 Mk2 and MGB Roadster to '65, as 3.9 and 3.7 to 1.
Austin A60 Countryman, Morris Oxford Traveller Series 6, Austin A60 van, MG ZB,
A55 mk2, Morris Oxford series 5, Wolseley 15/60, as 4.55 to 1.
Austin A55 van, Morris JU and J2 vans, as 5.125 to 1.
Morris Minor pre-1956, Austin A30, as 4.55 to 1.
Morris Minor 1000, Austin A35 & A40, early MG Midget, as 4.3 to 1.
Later MG Midget, Wolseley 1500, Riley 1.5, as 3.9 to 1.
Later Riley 1.5, some Midgets, as 3.7 to 1.
Morris l000 vans, as 5.125 to 1.
would anyone have a 4.8 or 5.1 diff laying around they would like to sell?
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