WTB 65 B body 8 3/4 axle assy

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  1. Sedanman

    Sedanman Well-Known Member

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    I'm posting this for one of my customer's customer's 65 Belvedere. He is looking for a factory 8 3/4 axle with or without axles and the closer to northern IL the better. What other years will bolt in with no mods? He spun an axle bearing and it chewed up the housing.Thanks for the ad.
     
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    65 66 67 will bolt in.same width
     
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    493 Mike FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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    PM me. I have a bare hsg. w/new Yucon axles, tapered brgs., studs, spring seats (need to be welded on). I'm near White Cloud, MI.
    Mike
     
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    And the perches are in the same spot for all three years? He does have new axles so just really needs a bolt in housing. Thanks
     
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    63,4,5,6,7 as far as I know will fit

    Had a 66 rear in my 65 Coronet
     
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    Good to know, thanks. What was the last year for the castle nut axles?
     
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    64
     
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    just wondering can the housing from a 64 be used ? or is all throw away.
     
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    I have a housing in Peoria IL
    Measures out like a 65-67
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    Perch center to center measures 44” and, as pictured, flange to flange of the bare housing is 54-1/4”. $100
     
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    Measurements above
     
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    I have a housing too, with axles. I’ll be driving thru Illinois on my way to Carlisle or I can UPS the housing only. Lmk if you need.

    Thanks
    Tom
     
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