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Speedway Ford 9 Inch Bolt-In Rear End Axle for 1967-70 Mustang
Speedway Ford 9 Inch Bolt-In Rear End Axle for 1967-70 Mustang

Speedway Ford 9 Inch Bolt-In Rear End Axle for 1967-70 Mustang

Ford 9 Inch, Rear Position, Semi-Floating Axle Type, 9 Inch Ring Gear Size, Natural

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Speedway Ford 9 Inch Bolt-In Rear End Axle for 1967-70 Mustang
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Speedway Ford 9 Inch Bolt-In Rear End Axle for 1967-70 Mustang
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  • Designed to replace the original 1967-1970 Mustang rearend housing
  • Compatible with the stock rear suspension found in your Mustang
  • New billet steel housing ends with oil seal surface ("Big New Ford" Torino-style)
  • 3" O.D. DOM 3/16" wall axle tubes, 1/2"-20 wheel studs, 2" long
  • 5 x 4-1/2" Wheel bolt pattern, 31-spline axles w/ bearings, studs & retainers

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Position:
Rear
Axle Type:
Semi-Floating
Differential Included:
No
Ring Gear Size:
9 Inch
Finish:
Natural
Axle Splines:
31
Bolt Pattern:
5 on 4.5"
Housing Material:
Steel
Wheel Studs Included:
Yes
Hardware Included:
Yes
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Kit
MFG. Part #:
99046770
Bearings Included:
Yes
Seals Included:
Yes
Rotors Included:
No
Thread Pitch:
="1/2"-20"

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These bolt-in rear axle packages are designed to replace the original '67-'70 Mustang rearend housing and are compatible with the stock rear suspension found in your Mustang. The major advantages gained by upgrading to a Ford 9" axle include greatly increased strength (reliability) and tremendous aftermarket support (parts availability). Here are the features you'll find in our fabricated Ford 9 Inch axle kits:

  • New stamped steel housing center piece
  • New billet steel housing ends with oil seal surface ("Big New Ford" Torino-style)
  • 3" O.D. DOM 3/16" wall axle tubes
  • 31-spline axles w/ bearings, studs & retainers
  • 1/2"-20 wheel studs, 2" long
  • 5 x 4-1/2" wheel bolt pattern
  • Jig welded suspension brackets for stock style suspension
  • Built to stock width

Add third member and brake kit of your choice (both sold separately) to complete your installation.

Notes

  • Rearend Housing 3rd Member Carrier Studs are not included but available as # 919-0915 as needed

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  • Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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Each kit from Speedway Motors is carefully packaged and delivered right to your door. Below is a list of all the items you should expect to receive when you order this kit. Some of these items may also be available for sale individually if you're here looking for replacement parts.
  • 67-70 Mustang 9" Housing
    Qty x 1
  • 67-70 Mustang 9" Axles Only
    Qty x 1

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