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CAMPBELLVILLE, ONT

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I am in need of an axle for my 38 Coupe, but will buy a complete rear end if necessary.

Any help appreciated 

 

Chris 



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Lots of them here.

 

If you can't find one there, a friend has dozens. 



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1938 is sort of a lone unit. last year for mechanical brakes, also was a wide 5 bolt pattern....

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if you want to go 8" or 9" Fords, I have them

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Chris Stapley wrote:

1938 is sort of a lone unit. last year for mechanical brakes, also was a wide 5 bolt pattern....


 good point Chris on the brakes. i knew it would be close but not sure sort of thingy,  that would be an easy test for you with all the stuff you grew up with. lol  what's the interchange years, if there is any being a last year attempt, just curious is all.  



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Are they a tapered axle?


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Exact direct replacement would only be 1936-38 Rick....
shag766 wrote:
Chris Stapley wrote:

1938 is sort of a lone unit. last year for mechanical brakes, also was a wide 5 bolt pattern....


 good point Chris on the brakes. i knew it would be close but not sure sort of thingy,  that would be an easy test for you with all the stuff you grew up with. lol  what's the interchange years, if there is any being a last year attempt, just curious is all.  


 



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The axle has not much to do with the brakes, drums or wheels.
If you still need one I can walk over to the stash.


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OK, here's what he has. There are 16 teeth on the inside end. 32 3/4" long from the inside of the gear.
He says from '37 to '41 they are the same. '42 and up they were longer.



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Front axles, springs, rear ends, flathead cranks ..................



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jarvis1 wrote:

OK, here's what he has. There are 16 teeth on the inside end. 32 3/4" long from the inside of the gear.
He says from '37 to '41 they are the same. '42 and up they were longer.


 Getting technical and only using a basic axle shaft a 1935-40 car or 1935-41 will be the same. If he's looking for a

rear axle assembly, only 1936-38 is correct because the drum is indeed different for the wide five wheel from 1936 to 1938.

The hydraulic brake started at 1939 too so if his chassis is 1938,there won't be a master cylinder... to throw it off even more a 60hp axle has 

a different ratio as does a pickup.. 



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