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Old January 27th, 2006, 06:58 PM   #1
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Year_______Model_____Axle Length
1965-1966__Mustang___57.25 inches
1967-1970__Mustang___59.25 inches
1971-1973__Mustang___61.25 inches
1977-1981__Versailles__58.50 inches
1967-1973__Mustang___59.25 inches to 61.25 inches
1967-1973__Torino_____59.25 inches to 61.25 inches
1967-1973__Ranchero___59.25 inches to 61.25 inches
1967-1973__Fairlane____59.25 inches to 61.25 inches
1957-1959__Ranchero___57.25 inches
1966-1977__Bronco_____58.00 inches
1977-1981__Granada____58.00 inches
1977-1981__Versailles___58.00 inches
1967-1971__Comet_____59.25 inches
1967-1971__Cougar_____59.25 inches
1967-1971__Mustang____59.25 inches
1967-1971__Fairlane_____59.25 inches
1971-1973__Mustang____61.25 inches
1964-1964__Falcon_____58.00 inches
1967-1967__Cougar_____60.00 inches
1967-1967__Fairlane____63.50 inches
1972-1972__Ford Van___68.00 inches
1973-1986__Ford Van___65.25 inches
1957-1959__Ranchero___57.25 inches
1966-1977__Bronco_____58.00 inches
1967-1973__Torinos_____59.25 inches or 61.25 inches
1967-1973__Rancheros__59.25 inches or 61.25 inches
1967-1973__Fairlanes___59.25 inches or 61.25 inches
1967-1971__Comets____59.25 inches
1967-1971__Cougars____59.25 inches
1967-1971__Fairlanes___59.25 inches


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Old April 12th, 2009, 10:18 AM   #2
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can you tell me wich one would be the best one to put with a dana 44 front? And what doner vehicle to get a dana 44 out of? Im allso tring to figer out the whit of a dana 44.

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Old April 26th, 2009, 12:45 PM   #3
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Get a set out of a 71.5 to 77 Early Bronco. Best to get the 76 & 77
They have disc brakes
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Old April 26th, 2009, 02:25 PM   #4
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The "axle length" what exactly does that refer to? Seems to narrow to be WMS-WMS measurement but I could be wrong.
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