There has been some activity on here lately about early Ford Banjo rear end open drive conversion kits. I wanted to bring up something that I hope will help you. Ford used a 10 spline pinion from 1932 to 1937 or '38. Our 10 spline kit will fit the rear ends for those years. However, there are 2 exceptions: 1. Many of the 1932 rear ends used a Model A style ring and pinion. This is indicated by the round torque tube flange. In this case, you should use a 1928-1931 'A' style open drive kit. 2. 1933 & 1934 banjo center sections are different than the 1935-1948 center sections. You must use a seal housing made for the 33-34 rear end, or the pinion bearing may be pressed out of the housings during operation. The 35-48 style seal housing will not retain the bearing race in the housing. This is the bore diameter of the 33-34 housing: 2.875" (sorry for the bad focus) This is the bore diameter of the 35-48 housings: 3.150" There are a couple of other differences. 1. The 33-34 housing is shorter in the pinion area by about 9/16"': 2. The 33-34 housing is also narrower. It is about 3.5" and the later housing is 3 13/16" If you are putting an open drive conversion on a 33-34 rear end, be sure and order one specifically made for those years. Another thing to look out for, is to be sure that the pinion gear splines are in good condition. Also be sure that the new yoke has a snug fit on your pinion shaft. There is a large company in Nebraska that has copied our 6 spline open drive kit. It looks like ours, but the yoke splines are oversize and it fits loose even on a new pinion gear. Ours are forged steel and Made in the USA. Our yokes have our name engraved on them. We have tried to make a quality product and make improvements where necessary. We know there are a lot of people on this board who have used our products. We appreciate your support.