Rear Axle Conversion System for Early Ford Brakes



Rear axle conversion system set up for early Ford brakes

This conversion kit works with 1933-1948 early Ford “banjo” rear axles. Four 11 tooth spider gears (Ford p/n 81A 4215) must be used with this conversion kit.

Is it time to make your classic Ford more drivable and reliable? Upgrade your hot rod’s banjo rear axle to a modern slide-in style axle. These flanged axles are stronger than stock axles and will be more securely held in place, better preparing your Ford for miles of trouble-free motoring.

This banjo rear end conversion requires the use of 1939-1948 Ford or 1939-1941 Lincoln hydraulic backing plates and a 1940 Ford-style drum. The stock axle width is maintained.

Interested? Please send us your axle housings, ring gear, and differential with 11-tooth spider gears. This conversion works with any standard wheel bolt pattern EXCEPT the 1936-1939 Ford wide 5 bolt pattern.

Price includes:

– Machine work on axle housings
– Machine work on ring gear and differential
– Axle gears
– Axle set
– Bearing adapters
– Axle seals
– Hardware
– Assembly of ring gear and differential
– Instructions

A bearing set and rebuild service are also available.

At Hot Rod Works, we stand behind our ability to perform quality rebuilds and upgrades for hot rod parts and machinery. We have formal training in engineering and manufacturing, and have done work for people all over the world. We’re confident that you’ll be pleased with the results!


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