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Ford 9 Inch Bolt-In Rear End Axle for 1964-67 GM A-Body
Ford 9 Inch Bolt-In Rear End Axle for 1964-67 GM A-Body

Ford 9 Inch Bolt-In Rear End Axle for 1964-67 GM A-Body

Ford 9 Inch, 31 Spline Count, 5 on 4.75" Bolt Pattern, Wheel Studs Included

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Ford 9 Inch Bolt-In Rear End Axle for 1964-67 GM A-Body
Ford 9 Inch Bolt-In Rear End Axle for 1964-67 GM A-Body
Ford 9 Inch Bolt-In Rear End Axle for 1964-67 GM A-Body
Ford 9 Inch Bolt-In Rear End Axle for 1964-67 GM A-Body
Ford 9 Inch Bolt-In Rear End Axle for 1964-67 GM A-Body
Ford 9 Inch Bolt-In Rear End Axle for 1964-67 GM A-Body
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Ford 9 Inch Bolt-In Rear End Axle for 1964-67 GM A-Body
Ford 9 Inch Bolt-In Rear End Axle for 1964-67 GM A-Body
Ford 9 Inch Bolt-In Rear End Axle for 1964-67 GM A-Body
Ford 9 Inch Bolt-In Rear End Axle for 1964-67 GM A-Body
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Spline Count:
31
Bolt Pattern:
5 on 4.75"
Wheel Studs Included:
Yes
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Each

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This is Garage Sale priced because it is a single axle from a 64-67 GM A-Body 9" Ford conversion kit. (99006466).

New billet steel housing ends with oil seal surface ( big ford old style bearings)

  • 1/2"-20 wheel studs, 2" long
  • 5 x 4-3/4" wheel bolt pattern
  • Built to stock width

 

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