Bare 56 Inch Centered 9 Inch Ford Housing
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Our economical 9" Ford rear axle housing features a reclaimed center section, new 3" axle tubes, and new-style Ford ends. Total track width is 56" from hub-to-hub. You will need one 26-3/8" long axle and one 28-5/8" long axle. Includes 8 T-bolts for the axle bearing retainer plates and 10 studs for the 3rd member.
Third member sold separately.
Note: The pumpkin is centered in the housing, which puts the pinion 1 5/8" offset from center.
Note: 56" from axle hub-to-hub
Axle tubes are made from 3/16" wall D.O.M. tubing.
- This is 51" from flange to flange
- The pinion hump in the housing lies between 22" - 27" overall
- This centers at the highest point at 24.5"
- The center of the housing is at 25.5" so this housing is 1" offset from center.
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