Rear Axle Shaft 8" 28-Spline Driver Side 1965-1966

CJ's Part Number: RA19

Regular Price: $199.99

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Product Description

Driver Side Rear Axle Shaft for 1965-1966 Mustangs with a 28-Spline 8" Rear End.

When your axle breaks or bends, you can count on CJ Pony Parts to have you covered with this direct replacement axle shaft for your Mustang.

This stock replacement rear axle shaft requires no cutting or modification to fit seamlessly into your Mustang. Manufactured to original specifications with 28 inner splines and a stock overall length.

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Installation Instructions


Difficulty: Moderate

Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

Product Reviews

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Nice Axle
A followup to my other review. With the correct spacer I give this a five star rating. Fit great and runs like new. I wish the spacer info had been available and all three of my available axles hadn't been rare. All of my axles were rare so it is more common than believed. Definitely measure the brake offset before committing to pressing on bearings, etc.
Walter October 22, 2012
Installed this axle into a 8 inch, 28-spline, '65 coupe. Got a one star rating because it looked good in the car and appeared to be nice quality. Lost four stars because it didn't turn. Superior Axles' website clarifies the problem as the brake offset dimension. A percentage of Mustangs require a 7/64 inch spacer that only they sell. It is not mentioned anywhere on the internet to be the case. Ads state it is a direct replacement with no modifications needed so I had it installed with no clue of what to look for. The drum binds on the brake backing plate and drum shoes. It actually left scratches in the drum from the metal on the brake shoes. You have to check this measurement between the new and old axles to know if the spacer is needed. This requires having the new one already and pulling the old one for comparison. Double labor and hassle if you're not lucky.
Walter July 28, 2012
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