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Mustang rear end       #: 1251
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 Posted: Thu Sep 13th, 2018 02:54 pm
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Can you swap a mustang rear end into a 94 ranger 2wd. I bought the truck for $400 at an auction and somebody welded the diff. I also do not like working on drum brakes. I would like to have disc brakes.



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 Posted: Thu Sep 13th, 2018 05:59 pm
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:hi Welcome James, Glad you joined us. Have fun and enjoy F-R. I know its possible on the year I had but not sure on a 94. With some fab work I'm sure you can. There are post on this on how 2.
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James, welcome to F-R.



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You can swap the mustang disc brakes on a ranger axle ver easily



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black06xlt wrote:
You can swap the mustang disc brakes on a ranger axle ver easily
Easy is a debatable statement.

Can you weld?  Then it's an easier swap. 

In his case, swapping out the carrier and pinion gear, along with the disc brake ends would likely be much easier.



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