9 Inch Ford Rear End Overhaul Kit
Ford 9 Inch, Grand National
- Save time and money with a complete overhaul kit for your 9" Ford third member
- This complete 9" Ford overhaul kit includes a full bearing set, pinion nut, pinion seal, gasket, shims, crush collar, sealant, gear marking grease, brush and Loctite
- 28 spline version has LM501349 carrier bearings which are 1.625" ID and 2.879" OD
- 31 spline version has LM102949 carrier bearings which are 1.781" ID and 2.879" OD
- 31s version has LM603049 carrier bearings which are 1.781" ID and 3.063" OD as well as Daytona pinion bearing
NOTE: All Ford 9" full spools use overhaul kit 9190950-31, even if they are a 28-spline spool. The 9190950-31 contains the large I.D. standard O.D. carrier bearings and pinion bearings needed for use with our full spools.
If you are using the H.D. nodular iron center section which uses the large diameter carrier bearings, order kit 9190950-31s, which also includes the large pinion bearings for use with the Daytona pinion support.
- Double check your bearing p/n.
- Includes carrier bearing # LM501349
- 28-spline axles DO NOT guarantee that the LM501349 bearings are used in the carrier. If in doubt, double check the bearings used and then order accordingly.
- Includes carrier bearing # LM102949
- 31-spline axles DO NOT guarantee that the LM102949 bearings are used in the carrier. If in doubt, double check the bearings used and then order accordingly.
- Carrier bearing # LM603049 (CONE) and LM603011 (CUP) TM88048 (CONE)
- Outer pinion bearing TM88010 (CUP)
- Large "Daytona" inner pinion bearing HM89443 (CONE)
- Race # HM89410 (CUP)
- LM603049 CONE ID: 1.781"
- LM603011 CUP OD: 3.063"
- TM88048 CONE ID: 1.308"
- TM88010 CUP OD: 2.687"
- HM89443 CONE ID: 1.308"
- HM89410 CUP OD: 3.00"
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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