What rear end is this?

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  1. Mopar92

    Mopar92 Well-Known Member

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    Came across this rear at a scrap yard. Saw it had a pinion snubber. But then saw what appeared to be factory disc. I think I've seen these on C bodies in yards but don't recall. I imagine it's useless. Interesting find though.

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    Mopar92 Well-Known Member

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    Another

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    Mopar92 Well-Known Member

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    looks like a 70's imperial
     
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      Mopar92 Well-Known Member

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      That's what I was thinking. What a complex huge system
       
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      And it would of had an air adjustable ride height bracket on it! I stripped one of these decades ago and kept all the air tank, lines, pump and the disc stuff. It should be known as 9 1/4 axle.
       
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      74-75 imperial 9 1/4
      Sadly it uses "C" clips to hold the axles in the tapered tube housing.
      Not really worth anything from a A body perspective, but could be to some imperial owner looking for the discontinued brake rotors. The have a hat type emergency brake which is nice.
      Most were limited slip also.
      When a person is being realistic rear disc on our old mopars add little more than cost and simplicity to service to a build.
       
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      pishta I know I'm right....

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      and look what they saved by making only one axle tube half and installing it on both sides....disk brakes on the rear, just throw your money at me!
       
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