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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-28-2018, 06:53 AM Thread Starter
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Need help with yoke identification

I have a '67 Galaxie with a WER axle that I want to change over to a 9". I bought axles and housing that came out of a '68 Galaxie with a 390 and a differential that came out of what I'm told was a Thunderbird. I think this differential might actually be a 9-3/8" and not a 9".

I don't know what type of yoke is on this differential and I want to change it to a regular yoke. How do I identify what type of yoke I need? I see that there are standard yokes and Daytona support yokes. Can anyone tell me what I need by looking at the pics? Thanks for your help!
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Re: Need help with yoke identification

Here's a good resource for Ford 9" rears...

http://www.fordmuscle.com/archives/2002/02/nineinch/
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Re: Need help with yoke identification

That is indeed a 9-3/8ths diff. IIRC a yoke from a Ford pick up with a 9-3/8ths uses a conventional U joint , I would see if someone on the Ford truck forums can help. Or simply use a conventional 9" with a 31 spline carrier ( or traction lock) . It will fit in the 9-3/8ths housing without any issue.

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Re: Need help with yoke identification

Thanks for the replies. I'm still unsure which yoke I need, whether it be a standard or Daytona. What I may do is order both and return whichever one is incorrect.


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