Well the last generation of a regular LTD was something akin to a long nose RWD Tempo. It was also using the 8.8.If it is old enough to be an LTD not a crown vic then it is likely a 9" I think, rusty might know he used to have one or was that an LTD II?
will the disk brakes work on a explorer rear end? Thanks joey!Well the last generation of a regular LTD was something akin to a long nose RWD Tempo. It was also using the 8.8.
The last generation of the Crown Vic LTD that used the 8.8 as well.
I don't know when these cars stopped using the 9", but it was before 86.
well...they are easily jumpable and capable of taking lots of abuse as long as they are rolling and not under loaded hi traction power.Second, how did you bend a front TTB axle hitting a deer? I ran my passenger front tire directly into a log that was sitting in a ditch lengthwise (in snow) at ~20mph and didn't bend anything but the radius arm crossmember and the radius arm thrust washer...
I finally found a brand new L/S TTB. A member of The Ranger Station had it and only charged me $75 plus Shipping. Thank you for your help !I hit a deer last year and just found out it bent the left TTB. I would like to know if a TTB from an 87 Bronco II will fit my truck ?