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Author Topic:   Versailles 9" Rear with Axles and NEW Rotors!
Baxter
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posted 03-28-2004 10:48 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Baxter   Click Here to Email Baxter     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Swap out your 8" rear, and/or upgrade to rear disk brakes!

What you get:

Versailles 9" Rear with a Bead Blasted and Epoxy Primed Housing and Dust Shields. Complete Disk Brake Setup, including Calipers, brackets, bolts, nuts etc... and the parking brake parts! Also included are the matching 28 spline axles and (2) Brand New (in boxes) Correct Vented Rotors!
As most of you know, this disk brake rear end is a direct bolt in for your 64-68 Mustang, as well as Maverick. Also works for Falcon and Street Rods. On 64-66 Mustangs. this unit will be 1/2" wider than stock with the disk brakes installed. On 67-68 Mustangs, this unit will be 3/4" narrower than stock, giving you a bit more tire clearance! The mounting perches for this rear are the same as on your mustang! This is a CLEAN and complete setup, not some rusty, filthy junk from a parts yard with the expensive parts missing.

What you will need for swap:

- 9" center section (28 spline) with your choice of gears
- Flexible brake lines*, to attach to your hard lines.
*(buy 80's F150 lines, 1/2 the price of versailles for same thing)
- Integrate your E-Brake cables to brackets

$750 shipped to your door (48 states) or $675 picked up. I live in western MA

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rhinodoc
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posted 04-13-2004 02:00 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for rhinodoc   Click Here to Email rhinodoc     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
i've got a 67 mustang that i'd like to change from 4 to 5 lug. will this work. also is this a locking rear. if not do you know if i could use the locker out of a 9" ford bronco rear that i have?

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Baxter
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posted 04-13-2004 04:17 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Baxter   Click Here to Email Baxter     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I was just about to install it in my 68 Stang, but if you want it, I will still sell it. This will be a bolt on to your car. This is everything except the center section. If you have a 9" Locker from a Bronco, yes that will slide right in. You can use any 9" center section, thay are inter changeable. The Versailles rearely come with Posi, so alot of folks ditch the rear, or don't take it. I also have a parts list for this rear which I am sure you will find very useful. I will include the 3 brake hoses, but one should probably be replaced. Let me know if you are serious, because I am getting close to doing something with the rear end of my car. I have a 9" with drums on it already, I was just gonna swap for the extra clearance and the disks.

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cpmaverick
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posted 04-14-2004 01:33 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for cpmaverick   Click Here to Email cpmaverick     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
A full size Bronco center section will be 31 spline and won't slide right it. A 66-77 will be the right spline though.

Good price for what you get I think! I spent a lot less for mine, but by the time I rebuilt it it was close to $900 or so.

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Baxter
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posted 04-14-2004 07:06 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Baxter   Click Here to Email Baxter     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Thanks for clearing that up, I forgot the later Broncos had 31 spline axles. Sorry for any confusion. 28 Spline center section is Required.

Yes I had one earlier, I was forced to sell (cash crunch) and I broke even $950 in $950 out. You can still find these in parts yards, I know of 2 just up the road from me, but they want $400-$450, and the are sitting outside getting rusty and muddy. By the time you collect all the parts needed, you can add another $250-$300. At this point you get to start work on it: Blast, Primer, Paint. So yeah, I thought it was a very fair price, thank you for pointing that out.

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rhinodoc
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posted 04-14-2004 11:17 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for rhinodoc   Click Here to Email rhinodoc     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
the rear i have is from a 86 bronco so probably wouldn't fit. i think i'll keep looking for something with a little less hastle. thanks for quick response

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rhinodoc
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posted 04-14-2004 11:21 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for rhinodoc   Click Here to Email rhinodoc     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
do you know if a 78 thunderbird rear would swat right out in my 67 mustang. i found one already with posi in PA for $375. which is the same price i found out it would cost me to have the 86 bronco axles cut down and resplined.

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Baxter
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posted 04-17-2004 09:04 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Baxter   Click Here to Email Baxter     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote

OK Let's Try This Again!

Swap out your 8" rear, and/or upgrade to rear disk brakes!

What you get:

Versailles 9" Rear with a Bead Blasted and Epoxy Primed Housing and Dust Shields. Complete Disk Brake Setup, including Calipers, brackets, bolts, nuts etc... and the parking brake parts! Also included are the matching 28 spline axles and (2) Brand New (in boxes) Correct Vented Rotors!
As most of you know, this disk brake rear end is a direct bolt in for your 64-68 Mustang, as well as Maverick. Also works for Falcon and Street Rods. On 64-66 Mustangs. this unit will be 1/2" wider than stock with the disk brakes installed. On 67-68 Mustangs, this unit will be 3/4" narrower than stock, giving you a bit more tire clearance! The mounting perches for this rear are the same as on your mustang! This is a CLEAN and complete setup, not some rusty, filthy junk from a parts yard with the expensive parts missing.

What you will need for swap:

- 9" center section (28 spline) with your choice of gears
- Flexible brake lines*, to attach to your hard lines.
*(buy 80's F150 lines, 1/2 the price of versailles for same thing)
- Integrate your E-Brake cables to brackets

$750 shipped to your door (48 states) or $675 picked up. I live in western MA.

NEW! .... I will include the 3 Flex Lines, though (1) should probably be replaced. I am in the process of painting everthing with POR 15 over the epoxy primer. I will also include a parts list for this rear end, which makes things alot easier when you need a part from the parts store. So there you go! If no one wants this super nice rear end, I guess it goes into mine, and I'll sell the 9" with drums.

Will also consider trade for a set of Roush or Pro Topline Iron Heads for my 289. Thanks

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DarrenF
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posted 04-18-2004 03:02 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for DarrenF   Click Here to Email DarrenF     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
What's your email?

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Baxter
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posted 04-18-2004 07:56 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Baxter   Click Here to Email Baxter     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
$750 shipped to your door (48 states) or $675 picked up. I live in western MA.

NEW! .... I will include the 3 Flex Lines, though (1) should probably be replaced. I am in the process of painting everthing with POR 15 over the epoxy primer. I will also include a parts list for this rear end, which makes things alot easier when you need a part from the parts store. So there you go! If no one wants this super nice rear end, I guess it goes into mine, and I'll sell the 9" with drums.

Will also consider trade for a set of Roush or Pro Topline Iron Heads for my 289. Thanks

[email protected]
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Baxter
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posted 04-21-2004 09:03 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Baxter   Click Here to Email Baxter     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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