The car was a mid '70's Lincoln Mark VII I think. I'm almost 100% sure it was a 9 inch rear end and not the double braced 9-3/8 gear piece. The pinion would just barely fit through the hole in the case. I remember checking the ratio and I remembered it being in the 2.30's I think it had a 15 tooth pinion. I didn't know they made anything higher than a 2.47 until that car. Was a 2.33 or a 2.35 ratio available in the 9 3/8 axle?
The reason I found this chart is that I was looking for 9 inch info for a circle track customer needing around a 7.00 gear and that's a LONG way from a 2.33!
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Last edited by DaveMcLain; 10-11-2010 at 05:14 PM.