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Old 03-17-2008
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Originally Posted by DerangedPony View Post
Has any one tried this brake conversion?

Will this work with the 28 spline 8.8 axle?

This was posted as a link then no one discussed it, being the cheapest of the conversions I would sway this way, as well as it is made by ford racing.
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Old 05-21-2008
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Ford Racing M-2300-G

That kit is made up of exactly the same production parts that were used on the Gen 2 (95~01) Explorers which had 31-spline 8.8's. Without modification, it will not bolt up to the 28-spline 7.5 or 8.8 axles because the flange patterns are different. It will bolt to the flanges on 31-spline 8.8's and 9".
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it will bolt up, you just have todo a little bit of custom work.
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