|07-10-2003 01:02 PM|
|rfb92345||Currie makes a bolt in housing, but it's pricey at about $700, I believe. The other option is ladder bars and coilover shocks, again pretty pricey. I'm running a built 9", ladder bars and coil overs in my G-body cutlass. I got about $2000 in it and I did all the work myself. It's going to cost you any way you go, but I have to agree, 12 bolts are getting hard to find.|
|07-09-2003 10:22 PM|
|07-09-2003 10:02 PM|
|rfb92345||Can I ask, why do you want a 9", is it because the one you have is no good? or are you making gobs of power? Are you racing with slicks? What is you reason and application?|
|07-06-2003 09:10 AM|
Currie Enterprise can supply you with what you need. If you are looking for a bolt in swap without modification, your out of luck
|07-04-2003 08:24 PM|
|Rubberman2003||Its on the top of any page, "Knowledge Base" its AWESOME, you will fall in love with it.|
|07-04-2003 04:23 PM|
9 inch rear.
Might you be able to post a link? I Searched and could not find it.
|07-04-2003 04:28 AM|
|zonk||go to knowledge base in search put in: rear end widths, go to article #26,good info also at bottom of page other web sites click on top line hope this helps|
|07-03-2003 10:23 PM|
Where can I get a 9 inch rear end for a 1969 Chevelle?
I'm new to this message board, but I frequent Team Chevelle. I hear this is a good place to ask questions. What I would like to know is...What vehicles can I aquire a 9 inch ford rear end from? I know that I will have to modify it for a coil spring set up, but what cars do I look for, what years? Are they like 12 bolts (65-72 and in only A body rears work)?