|11-19-2012 10:17 PM|
|11-19-2012 04:48 PM|
maybe someone will find it useful.
|11-19-2012 11:07 AM|
|cobalt327||Hey unclebill, would you mind if I used one of your photos in the Crankshaft Coalition wiki?|
|11-19-2012 08:40 AM|
|big gear head||It's a 9 inch, not the 9 3/8. I've got several of the 9 3/8 chunks and cobalt is right about the top rib turning down at the end. That is either the WAR or WAB case, which are the weakest of all the 9 inch cases. The '57 to '64 9 inch rear ends were not as strong as the '65 and later rear ends. The housings got stronger in '65 and the later cases had more material around the pinion pilot bearing.|
|11-18-2012 07:22 PM|
I tend to agree that it's a 9". The 9-3/8" 3rd. member has (at least the ones I have seen) a downward curve to the topmost horizontal cast-in reinforcement rib. I once pulled one of these out of a hearse we had in our 'yard thinking it was a 9", spent the best part of a day digging a spider hole to work down under the damned thing (I was like 12 at the time). Finally got it out and hauled up to the shop. My Dad just shook his head.
The housing has two different ends on it: one earlier, one later.
|11-18-2012 07:02 PM|
|Irelands child||It's a 9-3/8 differential, not a 9"|
|11-18-2012 06:02 PM|
It's just a FILL plug. The 9" has a level-hole in the 3rd member on the drivers side. So as long as there is room above the rear-end, it's fine.
|11-16-2012 09:21 AM|
|big gear head||Looks like a '57 Ford car 9 inch rear end with the WAR or WAB case.|
|11-16-2012 07:54 AM|
9" rear ???
i'm dense today.. i don't understand your question.. its a ford 9" and the bolted in front section is called a 3rd member.. also who ever welded that plug in.... did it way too high.
|11-16-2012 07:14 AM|
|11-16-2012 06:39 AM|
what is this FORD rear end called?
we installed this ford car 9" rear when we built my 27 rod.
the fill plug was added by someone in this rears past.
what is this rear end called?