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Old 11-22-2009, 06:16 PM
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would like to know if a 1993-95 ranger rear diff will fit in my 49 ford convt without cutting
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Old 11-22-2009, 06:46 PM
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And youre asking this in this forum why? "The 2009 and Newer F150 Discuss the new 2009, 2010 Ford F150 "
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well you did get the right year for this forum,but im thinging you got the wrong body style,this is for ford trucks.regardless if i new anything about the cars i would surely help,but im clueless.
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He asking us of course because the word has gotten out about how sharp the people are here in our forum and how good the info is! Simply the best!
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well i'm not gonna dis him or be my usual smart a self . instead i will tell you this . my buddy bud jenkins is using the diff out of the earlier , i believe 83? to early 90's { his is out of an 85 } in his 56 mainline sedan that used to be my grandmothers car , as it is the correct width . i dont know how close this is to a 49's frame , i know a couple of the guy's here have got some sweeet ones so maybe they'll chime in . the later ones were too wide for bud's car .
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