We sell New and Rebuilt 8" Rear and 9" Rear Ford Third Members.

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Yoke Measurement

How to Measure for Your Yoke:

Yokes for 8 inch and 9 inch Ford Rears

To properly build a third member to “bolt in” to your car, we will need to know what yoke your car currently has installed.  Please watch the video for a complete overview of how to do this before you order.

Short or long: measuring from the face of the pinion seal to the face of the yoke, there are two choices 3 ¼” (short) or 4 ¼” (long)

Wide or narrow: measure the width of the universal joint or between the tabs in the yoke, there are two choices 3 ¼” (1310 narrow) and 3 5/8” (1330 & 1350 wide).

U joint bearing cap size: measure the diameter of the u joint caps there are three sizes, 1 1/16”, 1 1/8” and 1 3/16.”

Contact Alan if you have any questions, or you’re ready to order.


Awesome customer service!

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Just received my 9" third member from Alan man that got here fast! Built on a Wednesday and arrived that Friday! Alan was very knowledgeable and very honest didn't try to sell me any stuff I didn't need and beat my best previous bid by 200 bucks all the parts are high quality and the gear pattern was perfect his customer service was awesome as well I would recommend anyone I know looking for 8 or 9" ford stuff to give Alan a call one highly satisfied customer!

Top notch!

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Alan really knows his stuff! Received my new center section and it is a work of art! Alan is one of the best vendors I have ever dealt with, he was eager to help me in anyway he could, gave me a lot of good information, and supplied me with an excellent product! It only took three days to get my Center section! Very happy and will recommend to everyone I talk to! Thanks!

Needed a quiet one

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We have a solid mounted IRS in our street rod that requires a very quiet running differential. After two "performance" shops in Arizona couldn't get the job done, we sent the aluminum housing to Alan. After just finishing a 4,300 mile trip with no problems, all we can say is ... Thanks Alan ... good job !!!