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1935-1948 Ford/Mercury High Speed Ring and Pinion Gear Set, 3.54 Gear

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3.54
1935-1948 Ford/Mercury High Speed Ring and Pinion Gear Set, 3.54 Gear

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These ring & pinion sets fit 1935-1948 passenger cars or 1935-1941 Ford 1/2 ton pick-ups (no 3/4 ton or larger). All gear sets are direct replacements for stock, non-quickchange Ford banjo rear axles. 6-spline input.

  • Fits 1935-48 Passenger Cars or 1935-41 Ford 1/2 ton pickups
  • Does not fit 3/4 ton or larger
  • Stock (non-quick change)
  • All gear sets are direct replacements
  • Six spline input
  • 3.54 gear ratio

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Does the pinion shaft have threads? I'm not working on a car. This is in a piece of farm equipment.

jwp29631
July 22, 2014

Does the pinion shaft have threads? I'm not working on a car. This is in a piece of farm equipment.

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July 24, 2014
EricM
The pinion does have threads just behind the splines for a pinion nut.
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What gear set would you recommend for flathead with a T5 transmission? Car is a daily driver.

FordDeluxe
Oregon, USA
August 24, 2013

What gear set would you recommend for flathead with a T5 transmission? Car is a daily driver.

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August 26, 2013
Jason
The T5 behind your flathead is a big advantage when installing a different rear end gear set such as our number 919107D. If you do the majority of the drives at freeway speed then the 3.54 would be a good choice but if you do mainly short trips and lower speeds and in hilly country then the 3.78 would be suggested. If short trips and mainly flat ground then the 3.54 would also be good as an all around gear.
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