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03-03-2012 08:51 PM
Canzus You'll need 31 spline 9" axles. The bearings that fit the 9" housing ends won't fit the axles from the 8.8"...
03-03-2012 11:54 AM
9" - 8.8" hybrid bearings ?

I'm new to this forum and new to this type of rear axle work. I'm hoping that someone can tell me if a bearing is available to fit my 8.8, 98 explorer, 31 spline axles into the large 9" ends I am wanting to put on my explorer 8.8 housing. Also, with the 9" ends it's not a c clip axle anymore by function, so is there any reason that I could not have the 8.8 axles shortened and resplined? I think it has probably taken me 2 weeks of reading and scrounging to be able to ask that Question. I really like this forum, thanks for all the help. OMG it does have spell check...

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