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Speedway Fabricated Ford 9 Inch Rearend Axle Housing, 58 In Width
Speedway Fabricated Ford 9 Inch Rearend Axle Housing, 58 In Width

Speedway Fabricated Ford 9 Inch Rearend Axle Housing, 58 In Width

Ford 9 Inch, 53" Overall Width, 3" Tube O.D., Steel

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Speedway Fabricated Ford 9 Inch Rearend Axle Housing, 58 In Width
Speedway Fabricated Ford 9 Inch Rearend Axle Housing, 58 In Width
Speedway Fabricated Ford 9 Inch Rearend Axle Housing, 58 In Width
Speedway Fabricated Ford 9 Inch Rearend Axle Housing, 58 In Width
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Speedway Fabricated Ford 9 Inch Rearend Axle Housing, 58 In Width
Speedway Fabricated Ford 9 Inch Rearend Axle Housing, 58 In Width
Speedway Fabricated Ford 9 Inch Rearend Axle Housing, 58 In Width
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  • Made in the USA fabricated steel center section
  • 3" O.D. axle tubes with 3/16" wall thickness
  • Axle tubes are internally reinforced for additional strength, less flex
  • Billet steel "New Big Ford" (Torino) style bearing ends
  • Housing measures 53" from flange-to-flange, Assembled rearend measures 58" from hub-to-hub (axle flange face-to-face)

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Garage Sale Type:
Blemished
MFG. Part #:
91046258
Overall Width:
53"
Tube O.D.:
3"
Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Notes:
Assembled rear end (axle flange face-to-face) width is 58"

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This is Garage Sale priced because it has been painted, not in brand new condition.

NO WARRANTY, NO RETURNS ON GARAGE SALE ITEMS   

In addition to the heavy-duty bearing ends, the axle tubes are supported with bracing inside the large center housing. This reduces flex in the rear end housing, which is something you won’t find on stamped factory 9 inch housings. Plus, gears stay well-lubed and run cooler thanks to a large-capacity fabricated center (holds more gear oil than stamped housings). Axle is vented on the driver’s side.

Yet, with improved durability, our fabricated axle housing is on average 2 pounds lighter than stock style housings of the same size! Add your choice of axle shafts and third member (sold separately), and you are ready to roll. Equip your race car, hot rod or 4X4 with Ford 9 inch parts from Speedway Motors to ensure there are no weak links in your driveline combination. 

Total wheel-to-wheel mounting surface width is 58" (from hub-to-hub). The pumpkin is centered in the housing, which puts the pinion 1" offset from center, requiring different length axle shafts. For this 58" housing you will need one 29-5/8" long axle and one 27-1/4" long axle. This housing includes (8) T-bolts for the axle bearing retainer plates and (10) studs for the third member.

 

  • Made in the USA fabricated steel center section
  • 3" O.D. axle tubes with 3/16" wall thickness
  • Axle tubes are internally reinforced for additional strength, less flex
  • Billet steel "New Big Ford" (Torino) style bearing ends
  • Accepts brake kits for 2.50" axle shaft flange offset (from housing flange)
  • Housing measures 53" from flange-to-flange
  • Assembled rearend measures 58" from hub-to-hub (axle flange face-to-face)
  • Improved design weighs only 40.5 lbs vs 42.5 lbs stock-style fabricated housings
  • Centered pumpkin w/ 1" offset pinion yoke for easy suspension mock-up
  • Greater-than-stock capacity center section holds more gear oil and runs cooler
  • Requires different length axle shafts, left/right
  • Includes vent on driver side axle tube
  • Includes studs for 3rd member and 3/8” T-bolts for bearing retainer plates
  • 3rd member sold separately
 

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  • When it comes to a traditional style build on an early hot rod it just has to be rolling on a solid front axle of some sort. In this buyer's guide we take you through I-beam and round tube solid axles, spindle choices, radius rod needs, and more.
  • A routine weekly maintenance checklist to perform between each race in order to keep a clean and efficient race car at the track.
  • We will show you the differences among traditional I-beam and tube axles and suspension designs used on hot rods; the differences between cross and traditional steering, measuring for springs, what spindles to choose, and much more.

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