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What kind of rearend do I have?

Hi guys. Im working on my Buddy's 1932 ford Payton. He nor I have any
clue what kind of rearend this thing has.
It has independent suspension, with inboard disk brakes. It also has a real
cool differ cover that has vertical lines, and the letters M R stamped on it.
Could anyone tell me what I got here.

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Does it look like this?
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WELCOME to Hotrodders.com
As a Moderator here and a 1932 Ford owner ... I want to WELCOME you ...

It sounds like your friend has a Jaguar rear end . Corvettes have IRS also but the brakes are out at the end of the axles.

MR could stand for MR. Roadster ....



This is a Speedway MR. Roadster cover for a Jag ...

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