How to destroy your rear axle in epic fashion

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  1. muscl car

    muscl car Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

    Here's another good one ....

     
  2. vegas1974z28

    vegas1974z28 Moderator Staff Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Jesus chuck.....I thought there was gonna be a picture of my ride lol ;)
     
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  3. xten

    xten Veteran Member

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    Couple Camaros



     
  4. Fbird

    Fbird Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    here's a friend of mine crashed his SUPER BADASS BUG... yeah it was stupid fast... his current on is faster. :)
    Best i remember... he was testing a SMALLER turbo... unloaded the rear tires and made a left turn
    yeah thats 6.86 CRASHING the lights.
     
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  5. muscl car

    muscl car Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

    He didn't even make it to the 60'
     
  6. muscl car

    muscl car Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

    I know you've got pics and or carnage trophies , post em up !!;)
     
  7. Zstar

    Zstar Veteran Member

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    WOW to all of them! Thanks for posting!
     
  8. Rich Schmidt

    Rich Schmidt Veteran Member

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    Factory Ford 9 inches are fairly weak. Even the factory nodular cases were only good for about 450hp with a stick if the car dead hooked. Back in the early and mid 70's Ford pro stock racers ran Dana 60 rears. I think the Ford only caught on because the Oldsmobile rear was so popular with it's drop out center section and because the Ford 9 inch used the same housing ends and bearings as the Olds rear so brakes and axles were interchangable. Olds rears were getting hard to find so the aftermarket stepped up and built parts for the Ford.
     
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