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Bare 56 Inch Centered 9 Inch Ford Housing
Bare 56 Inch Centered 9 Inch Ford Housing

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.

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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.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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