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Old 07-21-2012, 12:55 AM
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ive got a mustang ii from speedway price wont to bad but i ended up just buying one peace at a time was easier for me that way

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rear ends

Be aware that not all Maverick-comet or ranger rear ends are the same. You need to be able to identify the 8 inch Mav-comet, and the newer years with the larger 6 cyl came with 5 bolt wheels and usually front disc brakes, rangers came with 7.5 and 8.8 rears. and some of the explorer later years had a 8.8 Disc rear with stronger axles ,equal lock-posi type. The 57-59 ford rears Deuce recomended are 9 in, stronger, The rare early mustang, Falcon comet with the K 289 HP also came with 9 in, width almost the same as 57-59, I found a K mustang with the wrong engine and a rusted out body, No price from the salvage yard yet for just the rear I want for my A roadster project.
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