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Old 11-11-2007, 05:23 PM
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looking for a pre 72 9 inch

Hey folks. I am looking for a 9 inch rear for my 49 F1. I would prefer a 68 - 70 but earlier years will work. I would prefer it be located north of Atl. Please no modified (shortened) rears. Thanks for any help.


And by the way what does "bump to the top" mean?
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Some of the 1968/72 F100 9 inchers have 31 splines and a 9 3/8" ring gear.

When you posted "Hello..." you bumped the post up..this allows ppl to see it, because it's back on page one, two....
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