Ford Muscle Cars Tech Forum banner

9 inch

  1. Daytona Bearing Support HELP

    Tech Exchange
    Hey there, I have 2 Daytona bearing supports, one is brand spanking new, and one has been kicking around race shops for we don’t know how long, we use it still today. However I noticed that the old bearing support has a larger rear bearing, and the standard front bearing. The new bearing...
  2. Ford 9 inch Daytona Pinion Bearing Support

    Rear End Articles
    Hey there, I have 2 Daytona bearing supports, one is brand spanking new, and one has been kicking around race shops for we don’t know how long, we use it still today. However I noticed that the old bearing support has a larger rear bearing, and the standard front bearing. The new bearing...
  3. 9” Daytona Bearing supports

    Rear End Articles
    Hey there, I have 2 Daytona bearing supports, one is brand spanking new, and one has been kicking around race shops for we don’t know how long, we use it still today. However I noticed that the old bearing support has a larger rear bearing, and the standard front bearing. The new bearing...
  4. Ford 9 inch wilwood brake conversion

    All Ford Techboard
    Hello All, I just got my new strange ford 9" rear end with 31 spline axles. I put timken A20 bearings on both axles. I then mounted axles in the rear end to measure for some wilwood brakes. My options for brake kits had an axle offset of 2.32" 2.50". I measure my axle offset and they were...
  5. Ford 8.5 Rear End

    Galaxie Pages
    I have a 1969 Ford XL Fastback with a 302 2bbl and a 3 speed Toploader column shift. Does anyone have any information on the Ford 8.5? Based on my diff tag and the info on the door, I have a Ford 8.5 with 3.10 gears. What are my options for gears, posi, etc. During my research, I found that...
Top