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04-28-2013 09:18 PM
h0trod
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Originally Posted by kleen56 View Post
The early Mustang 65-66 came with a 8" rearend. Here's a list of lengths that I've used in the past and maybe this will help with your application.

are these measure ments flange to flange or axle to axle?
i have a 9" that is 58.5" flange to flange that came out of an old circle track car.
the reason i want a 9" is because i plan on installing a chassis with a 4 speed and a pretty nasty pontiac engine, there quite torqueish.
04-28-2013 04:08 PM
Irelands child
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Originally Posted by kleen56 View Post
Ireland, I didn't know there were any Pinto's still out there? LOL... especially a wagon....
I don't do my favorite olde tyme salvage yard much these days, but there always seems to be a Pinto (or Maverick/Comet) stuck in a corner (the Pinto's also have a very nice e-brake handle).

Oh and the final gear ratio is usually a decent 3.40 on the Pintos, 2.79 or 3.00 on the Maverick/Comets
04-28-2013 02:00 PM
kleen56 Ireland, I didn't know there were any Pinto's still out there? LOL... especially a wagon....
04-28-2013 07:04 AM
Irelands child I'm thinking that you will need a specially built rear end housing/axles to fit that small chassis Ranchero if you feel that a 9" will be needed for engine horsepower. An 8" or a later 8.8 might be a better fit if you are looking at not spending the kind of money a special jousing costs. An 8" is good for at least 450Hp and can be found in some Pintos (wagons for sure) and about anything else Ford built with a 302 or smaller V8 as well as a lot of the I6's. The 8.8 - Mustangs from at least '86 and possibly a bit before, is good for at least 500hp and many have disc brakes and an integral e-brake in the rotor hat. I have a '57, the narrowest 9" in my '31 and have to say it could have been an inch or so less wide as my tires are just barely (legally!) inside the rear fenders.
04-27-2013 07:50 PM
kleen56 The early Mustang 65-66 came with a 8" rearend. Here's a list of lengths that I've used in the past and maybe this will help with your application.
Year & Model Axle Length Notes
1965-1966 Mustang 57.25 inches
1967-1970 Mustang 59.25 inches
1971-1973 Mustang 61.25 inches
1977-1981 Versailles 58.50 inches
1967-1973 Mustang, Torino, Ranchero, Fairlane 59.25 inches to
61.25 inches
1957-1959 Ranchero and station wagon 57.25 inches
1966-1977 Bronco 58 inches
1977-1981 Granada/Versailles 58 inches
1967-1971 Comet, Cougar, Mustang, Fairlane 59.25 inches
1971-1973 Mustang 61.25 inches
1964 Falcon 58 inches
1967 Cougar 60 inches
1967 Fairlane 63.50 inches coil springs
1972 Ford Van 3/4 ton 68 inches
1973-1986 Ford Van 3/4 ton 65.25 inches
1957-1959 Ranchero and station wagon
57.25 inches
narrowest 9" housing
1966-1977 Bronco 58 inches 5-on-5 1/2 inch diameter bolt circle
1967-1973 Torinos, Rancheros, Fairlanes 59.25 inches or
61.25 inches
1967-1971 Comets, Cougars, Fairlanes 59.25 inches
1975 Mustang II 8" 57.00 inches
1974 Maverick 8" 56.50 inches
04-27-2013 02:11 PM
h0trod
mustang 9" into a 62 falcon

im trying to aquire a 9" for my ranchero.

can anyone tell me the flange to flange width on a 9" for a early mustang?

thanks!

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