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Identify this axle

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by torpedo8, Apr 11, 2005.

  1. torpedo8
    Joined: Mar 4, 2005
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    torpedo8
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    hay guys, just picked this up, my buddy wanted it gone, i was thinking i could use this on my 65 falcon, but what could i do for brakes, spindles, etc.?


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    [​IMG] this is measured outside to outside
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    [​IMG] -1" center to center
     
  2. Its an old MOPAR axle (yea I know they weren't called MOPAR back then)

    Use for spindles model A or ....
    The bungs will have to be reemed for the ford kinpins. Then put whatever kind of brakes you want on it.
    Done deal.
     
  3. tommy
    Joined: Mar 3, 2001
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    tommy
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    Get and old econoline or Chevy van axle. Sell that one to somebody building a modified. That's too neat for a Falcon.:D

    Just kidding...slightly. That axle belongs on an old hot rod. Econolines were the gasser axles. IMHO
     
  4. torpedo8
    Joined: Mar 4, 2005
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    can ya supply me with a rod?:D hopefully im gettin a 31 oakland/pontiac soon but i want that mofo suicided
     

  5. Those hang out in the breeze just fine. Batwings, harpins and spring behind the axle.

    Check out BenD's TT if you ever get a chance.
     

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