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Old 02-13-2008
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Ford 9" swap

Who dun it?

I'm looking around for the best way to run a Ford 9" with a stock driveshaft. Pinion flange issues...

Ideas, pictures, and insults welcome
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Any particular reason if you don't mind me asking?

I'm about to, but I'm also doing an SAS switch up front and doing mass Suspension changes. More then likely I won't be using the stock driveshaft either. So I guess I'm not much help.

I'll just go hide in my hole again.
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you should beable to get a conversion U joint and run the stock shaft.
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