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Old 02-15-2005, 09:01   #1 (permalink)
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Need to Know about 9"

Have a problem with the rear in my truck and need to know,Rear in it is a 9" ford and want to replace with similiar one.It's 55 inch's long from flange to flange on the housing .It also has the small bearings and would like to put a big bearing rear in it, the 3rd member is fine so I don't have to replace that. Is there a newer 9" I can use or am I going to have to get it cut to fit?
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