I have a Ford rear end housing in my hot rod T-BUCKET it has three dimples on the back of the housing can you tell me what size it may be? Everything I found online always shows two dimples. They are clearly all dimples and not one once was a drain plug.
Country: United StatesMake: FordModel: hot rod T-Bucket
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I would be glad to help you today. Assuming whoever built your T-bucket used a ford rear end, can you tell me whether or not it has bolts on the back cover or nuts on the front Drive shaft side and how many bolts.
No bolts on back cover. There are 10 nuts and or bolts on the drive shaft side.
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX two rear ends with drop out center sections the "9 inch" and its smaller sibling the "8 inch" both very popular in the classic car and hot rod scene. So now that we have narrowed down your rear end to either an 8 or 9 inch here is the final visual check. If the bottom nuts are only removable with a wrench (no clearance for a socket) it is a 9 inch if you can place a socket on them it is the 8 inch ring gear model.
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