An 8" or 9" from a V8 Mustang from '67 thru '70(?) will bolt right in with a U-joint mod. Aslo, an 8" or 9" from an '75-80 Granada, Monarch, or Versaille will drop right in. Others will work as well, but these are the ones that have dead on flange spacing.
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As you are looking for a new rear end anyway, you can probably pick up one from one of the 75-80 models above with rear disc brakes still attached. It'd be a quick, easy, and cheap way to uprade to discs and a 9" rear.
Did you know that 65-70 Mustangs have a design deficiency that may result in fuel entering the passenger compartment during a rear-end collision? Send me a private message for info and fixes.
[color:blue]if you dont mind a challenge, and you want to be different... a rear from a 97 explorer is the same width as a 67 and has disc brakes, the yoke is different, but i made it work on my 66, and i'm 19, dont discount the 8.8, all the late model boys run em, and with nice results... also the explorers come with either 3.55 gears or 3.73's and all come with 31 spline axels, check out my website for more info, or feel free to ask more questions if you are interested in the swap...
restomod junkie, 19 year old kid who has too many ideas and not enough money to finish any of them..
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It’s about 100 degrees here in sunny North Texas. Feels even hotter. We’ve got too much to do on my daughter’s car, so it’s time to get creative. I would have gotten a single larger unit, but my in-laws had these two 5,000btu units new in the box, so I’m giving them a test drive.
After an hour...
I can't figure out what this hole is for in my driver's side floor pan below the accelerator pedal and just back of the seam from where the firewall piece meets the front floor pan. It's hard to tell from the picture now that I have POR-15 there but it's right where there is a little U-shaped...
Well after lots of searching, want adds, bartering, "horse trading" I finally have a T5 to put in my car. I'm into it for $150 CAD ($110 USD) From all the research I did this will work fine for my "stockish" Sunday driver car. 1968 mustang 289, 3 speed.
I will use my existing clutch and...
289 When the engine gets warm, the next gasoline will not be in the filter and the engine will not start. Is the pump weak? I don't know how to solve it, whether or not the vent is bad. please tell me.
I've been reading a lot more than posting for the last few years, but that might change a bit considering my current undertaking. I'm roadtripping across the USA in my '69 Cougar. For those who don't know, the Cougar is basically a Mustang with different sheetmetal and a 3" longer...