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    ford 9 inch rear axle

    complete axle removed from 1982 e150 van £200 ono will upload pics if wanted

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    whats the width and is it on leafs or four bar

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    where do you want me to measure it from and it was on leaf springs in the vehicle it was removed from

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    from wheel mounting to mounting

    any idea what ratio

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    --- New Post Merged As Per 5 Day Bump Rule ---

    [/COLOR]its 69/70 inch wide and it was a 4.9 straight 6 auto you might be able to google the axle ratio
    Last edited by glautos; 06-01-2012 at 20:33.

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    hi sorry for more questions

    is it 4 1/2" pcd?
    they can also be 5 1/2"

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    think its 5 1/2 will check for deffo tomoz as just locked up

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    thanks

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    the 150 are 5.5
    they have 31 splined shafts
    may suggest it uses the 9.5'' diff - large bearing carriers and larger pinion bearing/yolk.
    11 inch brakes
    the shafts are equal length 32 inches each - they work side to side.
    the pinion is offset - case centred

    if it was a '100' it would have the smaller 10 inch brakes and 4.5'' pcd

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    yeah its 5.5 on 5 stud pattern cheers

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