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Jaguar Irs for my 37 Fordsedan

I have several Jag Irs units available. I was hoping someone could suggest a good flange to flange width. Can anyone suggest a good mount supplier or has anyone used the stock Jag cradle. Thanks for your suggestions.

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Flange to Flange is going to be just like you were swapping a 9" under. Answer will depend on what tire size you want to run and what the backspacing on the wheels you want. Will your tub it or leave it alone? Figure that out and you can nail down the rear size. This makes a nice swap, nostalgic type but good.
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Independent Rear Suspension Forum / Jag IRS info ??
We used the CCR plans to put a jag under the rear of my son's dodge lakester.
ccr plans - Bing Images
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here is the link to snow white, they fap kits for lots of cars.

http://www.snowwhiteltd.com/PDF/32fordcross.pdf

There is lots of info out there google Jag irs and ifs.

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I have several Jag Irs units available. I was hoping someone could suggest a good flange to flange width. Can anyone suggest a good mount supplier or has anyone used the stock Jag cradle. Thanks for your suggestions.
XJ6 will be 58 inches rear track.
The Ford will be 56 inches rear track.
The 1" difference per side can easily be handled with wheels of a different backset.
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1937 Ford Jaguar rear IRS

Thanks for the good advice and the helpful links.
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I read somewher that CWI is still in business, working out of the shop behind his house, He has always built quality products
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XJ6 will be 58 inches rear track.
The Ford will be 56 inches rear track.
The 1" difference per side can easily be handled with wheels of a different backset.
Not all XJ6/12 are the same. They made three series. Series 1 is about 58" series 2 is about 60" and series 3 is about 61". I say about because it varies from car to car depending on alignment.
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I have 4 Jag irs and ifs on pallets for some someday projects down south where we usually spend the winters . My jag notebook is down there.
Here's more jag dimension info. Not all the listed stuff was sold in the US
Jaguar Rear End (IRS) Specifications | phrog blog'
I have seen vented rotors on some rears . I have read that vented audi rotors could be swapped and caliper spreader spacers machined.

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