1935-48 Ford 10-Spline V8 Open Drive Conversion Kit
- Solves the driveshaft problem when switching to a modern transmission while keeping your stock '35-'48 Ford Banjo rear axle
- Complete bolt on kit fits 10 spline pinions and accepts a 1350 style u-joint sold separately
- No machine work required
If youre building a nostalgia rod and want to run a modern tranny with your torque tube banjo rear end - heres your answer! This open drive conversion allows you to keep your 1935-48 Ford rearend intact and run a normal driveshaft. This is a bolt-on kit that fits the common 10-spline pinion and requires no machine work.
For 10-spline pinion
(uses 1350 style U-joint)
919-1106 Instructions (PDF)
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Q & A
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