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Old 02-27-2009, 06:33 PM
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ID my 9 inch ford

Here are some pis of my 9 inch third member can anybody ID it for me my web searched have not turned up much.

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Old 02-27-2009, 06:44 PM
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maybe this can help.looks to be out of 60 model car.its just your standard 9 in but still a good case.ford rear end indentifer cole
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The numbers on the case "C0" means it's probably a 1960 Ford, looks like a 9 inch ford 3rd member. Might be from Galaxie or similar type vehicle. It states 3.89 gears. To check the ratio, count the number of teeth on the ring and pinion and divide the two. 40 teeth divided by 10= 4.00 gearing. It also appears to be an open rear end, more than likely a 28 spline which was common.
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It came out of a truck housing that was in a truck, the ring gear was been previously removed, I can see marks on the case where the socket left small "tool" marks. I thought it was a open carrier but when I spin the yoke both axles move the same direction so I'm thinking a mini spool was added So how is this compared to the WAB or the WAR case, and the nodular cases? This third member will be going into a 1957 nine inch housing that will be going int my 63 Chevy II sedan gasser.
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its a 9 in ford its a good case.its just your standard 9in its not as strong as the N case or the war.but still a good one. cole
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