JEGS 555-62675 Ford 9 in. Right/Passenger Side Rear Axle Shaft Includes:
- (1) Axle Shaft Bearing for Small Housing End
- (1) Axle Shaft Bearing Lock Collar
- (1) Axle Shaft Seal
- (5) Wheel Studs: 1/2 in.-20 RH x 1.875 L with .618 Knurl Diameter
JEGS 555-62675 Right/Passenger Side Rear Axle Shaft for 1967-1970 Ford Mustang and Cougar with a 31-spline Ford 9 in. rear axle is easy to install. JEGS Ford 9 in. rear axle shaft is forged from 1541H alloy steel and is more durable than a factory axle. Our JEGS rear axle shaft is the perfect replacement upgrade for a factory worn-out or broken axle.
Note: Fits applications with stock 31-spline (small Ford 9 in.) housing ends. This axle shaft will not fit with (large Ford 9 in.) housing ends. 9" Ford Axle Housing End Identification
Replacement Axles to Keep Your Car on The Road
JEGS Replacement rear axle shafts are sold individually for those that just want to replace a broken or worn-out axle or axles. Forged from 1541H High Manganese Alloy and induction heat treated making them much stronger and more durable than stock axles. Designed to fit in the stock location, so no modifications are required to install them. Axles are sold bare (no plating or hardware). Sold as each.
Looking to give your rear axle some strength? JEGS also offers Performance Rear Axle Shaft upgrade kits.
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