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Old 10-01-2015, 04:46 PM
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What Ford Rear Ends will fit?

Looking to upgrade from my factory 9" to get something with a locker or posi-trac & hopefully disc brakes but don't know what other Ford 1. Vehicles/Years & 2. Size rear ends will be a direct fit? Thanks
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The 9" is the standard in the drag world, so you can easily upgrade the diff itself and not have to change out the axle itself. There are many disc brake kits available for upgrading the 9" as well.
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