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post #31 of 34 (permalink) Old 06-29-2019, 07:01 PM
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Does anybody out there have an Ford Mustang 7.25 differential? Blew out the spider gears. Looking before spending the money on an 8" swap.
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I have a complete 7.25" rear end out of a '66.
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post #32 of 34 (permalink) Old 06-30-2019, 10:23 AM
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Does anybody out there have an Ford Mustang 7.25 differential? Blew out the spider gears. Looking before spending the money on an 8" swap.
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Lenny

I have a complete 7.25" rear end out of a '66.

Nice, 24 spline count? Would you sell just the diff? Would like to get back on the road again. If so, $
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I assume all 7.25" rear ends use the same axle spline count. I'll pull the differential out of the housing for $100. You don't have your location in your profile so if I have to ship it to you it will be $100 + shipping.
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I put a 8in out of a 70 Mustang in my 67 I6 coupe.

Everything fit like a glove, u-joints included.

OP, I hope that you are at least changing the rear end fluid and pulling the drums for a look at the axle seals before the install.

Its a lot easier to fix problems on a pair of saw horses vs on you back under the car.


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