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Post axle help
hi all
can anybody help with identifying this axle as from what car it came off as it needs new internal's for the brake's think its from a ford . the marking's on it are (all i can find on diff housing)t 18 or 13 one side and the letter N on the other side then the number's t 18 or 13 73ag40250a s&sh and then the little diff plate reads e26 3.54.1 then 5 ag4004 amb sorry but for some reason i can not add any photo's of the axle any help in the would be of some grate help thanks regards ian

Mon Apr 20, 2015 5:23 pm

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Post Re: axle help
To my (very) layman's eyes, those photos look a lot like my English axle and googling those part numbers would indeed suggest Ford. Seized rear brakes would definitely sound about right :lol:

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Mon Apr 20, 2015 5:48 pm
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Post Re: axle help
A 3.54 is an Escort Guia diff ratio -- very high geared , need loads of power to shuv that along.

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Mon Apr 20, 2015 11:15 pm
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Post Re: axle help
I think the Axles were all escorts. Either 9" or 8" drums. It could be a Koln axle or an English, but that shouldn't affect the brake parts. Easy way to tell is looking at the back of the axle is there a ring of bolts visible around the centre? If it's all smooth then it's probably an English.

Try uploading pics to somewhere like photobucket then linking them here.

I have a 4.1 Koln axle with Stylus mounts on it available if you need to change ratios.

Tue Apr 21, 2015 11:38 am
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