ford 9" rear end

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Asked by Mar 07, 2011 at 12:23 PM about the Ford Falcon

Question type: Car Customization

how wid of a 9" can I put under my falcon sprint

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9 inches,that is why it is called a 9 inch rearend???

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9" stands for the dia of the ring gear not from flange to flange

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no im not dumb as a brick,if all my answers were wrong i would not have the rank i have here,someone has figured out my password and posting this crap,ive been in the hospital,not posting.

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Here are the widths for a few different Fords, I put a a 9" ford from a wrecked '65 hipo mustang in mine it is 58" from flang to flang. 64-65 Falcon 58 inches, 65-66 Mustang 57.25 inches 67-70 Mustang 59.25 inches 71-73 Mustang 61.25 inches 77-81 Versailles 58.50 inches 74 Maverick 8" 56.50 inches 75 Mustang II 8" 57.00 inches 57-59 Ranchero and station wagon rears, 57.25 inches 66-77 Bronco 9", 58 inches 77-81 Granada/Versailles, 58 inches 67-71 Comet, Cougar, Mustang, Fairlane, 59.25 inches 71-73 Mustang, 61.25 inches 67 Cougar 60 inches

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all depends on whether you want to tub it out or not

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I would like to keep it stock, no tub

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You best bet to find a Stock read 9" that will fit is the 57-9 Fords like Troy said. The Bronco will fit but the diff is offset, so that may cause other issues. Other than that, Currie makes them any width you wan t, and they are not as expensive as you might think

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