quick performance 9 inch

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Doug Chahoy

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Nov 21, 2016
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Good choice. Got mine in January. Relatively easy install, even for someone ( me) who’d never done that kind of swap.
 
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Turbosbc

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Aug 3, 2018
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I have quick performance ford 9 in my 1978 malibu. Disc brake calibers hits the frame. I have notched frame and modified e brake brackets. Picture is taken before e brake modifications. I still dont have enough clearance.
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GuysMonteSS

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May 21, 2011
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Kentville,Nova Scotia,Canada
Although not a Quick Performance,I have no regrets buying a 9 inch Ford rearend for my Monte !!
Guy
 
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Doug Chahoy

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Nov 21, 2016
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I have quick performance ford 9 in my 1978 malibu. Disc brake calibers hits the frame. I have notched frame and modified e brake brackets. Picture is taken before e brake modifications. I still dont have enough clearance.
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What brakes are you using? I used 2000 Camaro, and only had to relocate the bottom mount for my shocks.
 
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airboatgreg

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Oct 2, 2016
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I put it in my 82 El C, Widened it 2". Went rear disc. Emergency brake set up a pain. Still not happy with. So far has held up to my Muncie and whopping 149 HP stock motor. Nice swap
 
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