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Old 03-25-2006, 05:49 PM
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Question 9" Ford Posi Rear End???

Greetings All:
Might anyone help me find a 9" Posi Rear End that will fit in a 65 Econoline Pickup?? This truck is being worked on in a local Youth Group Project and funds are kinda limited :-(( The kids want a 9" for the 302 they installed.

Any idea on how much a 9" posi can be bought for that will fit correctly??

Thanks for any help you may be able to give us. Located in Eastern Iowa.

Look forward to your replies.

Thanks again: Buff
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are you sure it doesn't have a 9" rear in it already? if it does then all you need is the posi unit and you can put it into your center section.
If it isn't a 9" rear you need to find out what the flange to flange length that you need is, andnext what type of suspension (I assume leafs but not sure on those) and either find one with the correct spring perches setup at the correct width or you can cut the spring perches off of one that has the right flange to flange wiedth and weld perches in place at the width you need them.
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