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Old 03-24-2006, 06:54 PM
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1927 Model T Tudor Sedan

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I have a 1927 Model T Tudor Sedan and have been collecting parts for a long time and I want to use a 5.0 Fuel Injected Engine, Overdrive Trans., 9" Rear, and Straight Front Axle w/ Rack and Pinion Steering from a 53 or 54 Ford F1 Pickup but it is too Wide. I would like to know if you can NARROW A STRAIGHT AXLE without damage to the axle or ability to align the front end? Any and all helpful info is well appreciated. I do not have the income for fancy items out of books so please help with good info that an Old Rodder on a fixed income can afford and use.
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Welcome to Hotrodders. Just get you a brand new straight axle for your T . You can get them at www.speedwaymotors.com You will probably want a dropped axle anyway. This forum is for introductions, not questions so next time please place your questions in the proper forums. Thanks.
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1927 model T Tudor Sedan

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Hi
I have a 1927 Model T Tudor Sedan and have been collecting parts for a long time and I want to use a 5.0 Fuel Injected Engine, Overdrive Trans., 9" Rear, and Straight Front Axle w/ Rack and Pinion Steering from a 53 or 54 Ford F1 Pickup but it is too Wide. I would like to know if you can NARROW A STRAIGHT AXLE without damage to the axle or ability to align the front end? Any and all helpful info is well appreciated. I do not have the income for fancy items out of books so please help with good info that an Old Rodder on a fixed income can afford and use.
GOD BLESS
nejnej99
Don't even think about it if you can't afford a new one go to sum swap meets you will find sum thing that will work.And it will be SAFE.
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