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  1. Ok so can someone please tell me what this means and will it affect my swap of the rear ends so the tag on the ranger rear end has this tag and from what I see in this chart it says that the rear end is a limited slip axle so what does it mean and will it still work on my '53 please
  2. Ok another update and help again so I bought this rear end off it's off of a ranger for my meadowbrook so it looks like my rear end is a little longer by a few inches so was told that I could just add spacers to bring out the wheels where the need to be but would like to know about the perches and other mounts go a few pics to show where I'm at and any help again would be great thank you I also already ordered my flange yoke for my driveline as the ranger plate is a pattern for the 1210 series and the '53 is the 1310 series so needed ons made to fit the differential plate
  3. Ok update Gentlemen so I cleaned up my rear end to locate those numbers and this is what i found it looks like 2.84 in first picture if I'm not mistaken and this long number looks yo be 1141544-49 and I think it looks like OD and cant really make out the letters under the OD in second picture is right under it please if anyone can help me make it out as to what ratio and etc. I need to know please
  4. Hwellens thank you for responding but the trouble I am having is it seems to be locked somehow cant pull that piece that is circled in red or the neither from the axle side just wondering if there is and clip snap ring bolt holding it together maybe
  5. Morning so I as well am having some issues I had to drop rearend to remove drum and hub off of my 53 dodge meadowbrook (Dont Ask LOL) long story I as well did not do my research as to marking the nut so I am stuck there as well but I cannot take the differential so my question is is there any like key or snap ring holding it together picture circled in red to remove the axle I will need to do the axle bearings as well any help would be greatly appreciated thank you
  6. Ok so can someone please tell me what this part is called circled in red in picture I think it is #15 axle drive pinion flange ( shape of flange may vary) can someone please confirm that and I checked into kanter.com and this is what I found if someone with knowledge as to which ones I can get for my '53 either in the dodge section or the Plymouth section and I do have the 11" x 2" please and thank you all for your help I probably would have already spent alot of money doing the swap
  7. Joe, thank you for the info and yes I did invest in the BIBLE lol and everywhere I have searched I cant touch for under $400 and this Kanter you are speaking of where are they located please
  8. Great thank you The 55er and I went ahead a got it coming hopefully it will give me alot of info that I am looking for
  9. Great thank you The 55er and I went ahead a got it coming hopefully it will give me alot of info that I am looking for
  10. The 55er thank you for your help and I will check into that hollander manual but I must ask why the 23rd edition is that the edition my Meadowbrook falls under as I have checked and I have seen all sorts of manuals but the 23rd I did find a reprint on ebay of the 23rd edition for $55 does that sound about right?
  11. Plymouthcranbrook, I am already in there asking as well but was also told to check in here for any help as well
  12. 1939 Buick that is $400 a piece and that is what I'm trying to do is get some help as to what to look for as I am totally new to this and dont want to be spending unnecessary money I dont have to so the more specific info I can get from anyone would be better
  13. Lump, well thank you I appreciate it and if you dont mind me asking what's the name of that salvage yard so maybe I can do a little searching from my end and I totally understand about the weather as I am in Kelso, WA where we are expecting at least a foot of snow tonight it's starting to get ugly over here as well
  14. 1939 Buick that is $400 a piece and that is what I'm trying to do is get some help as to what to look for as I am totally new to this and dont want to be spending unnecessary money I dont have to so the more specific info I can get from anyone would be better
  15. And TerryB I do know my model is the D46 I am trying to find out the body type e.i. A,B,C etc body please
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