1964 Impala project “ASAP opportunity”
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    Default 1964 Impala project “ASAP opportunity”

    Hi guys I am building a 1964 Impala lay n play/hopper/3wheeler and I have been hearing about the Ford 9” rear axel.
    I have an opportunity to purchase one and I just wanted your input to why it would benefit me. They want 250$ for it and it looks in pretty good condition.
    I have also heard stock 64 axels have a tendency to walk due to lack of security in the pumpkin.

    Any how
    Any advice is great advice
    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coleione View Post
    Hi guys I am building a 1964 Impala lay n play/hopper/the pumpkin.

    Any how
    Any advice is great advice
    Thanks in advance
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    FORD 9" pre-'67? (no hump) rear axle. Bought as a core for a hot rod project that didn't happen. Don't know much about it or what it's out of. Has 11" brakes. Width flange to flange is 61 1/4". Spring perch width is 41 1/4". The gears in it are 2.73 Read Less

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    Its too wide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lone star View Post
    Its too wide.

    Darn

    Well I will do some more measurements to find out what works

    Thanks a bunch

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