Identifying Ford 9 Inch

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NEW UPDATE 12/20/04 !!! Introduction . The most popular rear end around is no doubt the Ford 9 inch unit, it is used by restorers, street rodders and racers alike, regardless of whatnd of car the axle is going in..Usage: The Ford 8.8-Inch axle came in a few different vehicles including the: Ford Mustang 1986-Current V8 models Ford Bronco 1983-1996 .The Ford Explorer 8.8-Inch rear axle has found homes in numerous vehicles besides the Explorer. It has been swapped in to Ford Rangers, Bronco II's, Jeeps, Chevy S-10's and even some cars..22. Identifying Marks on T5s. All T5s originally came with an identification tag attached to an extension-housing bolt. The tags can be deciphered, however, due to the modularity of the T5 the tag may not match the contents..

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