Chris Alstons Chassisworks has them (www.cachassisworks.com)
krazyhorse1 wrote:Hey everybody, I was wondering if any body might know where i can get a rear end narrowing jig. chassis engineering used to have one but i dont see it on there web site. I emailed but have not got a reply back yet. I need one for my shop. Thanks ahead everybody. i need one soon.
(there may be others out there, but for certain you could hit Alstons for these jigs below)
Price $ 459.00
Proper alignment of housing ends is obtained with a 1-11/16" ground shaft which uses screw on axle adapter ends. Includes carrier bearing adapters for Ford 9", Dana 60, Chevy 12 bolt, Mopar 8-3/4" and Early Olds rear ends. Kit is complete with housing end adapters for Mopar, Early Olds, Big Ford, Mustang, Camaro, and Impala rear ends. It also includes a taper end to align the housing tube. We include our custom rear end worksheet to make measuring and narrowing your rear end easy. This jig can be used to install a 40-spline Strange spool with the optionally available adapter (part no. 6709).
NARROWING-JIG ADAPTER (40-SPLINE STRANGE FLOATER)
Price $ 37.00
For use with Chassisworks rearend-narrowing jig. This housing end adapter allows you to install a 40-spline Strange floater spindle.
FORD 9" FACEPLATE ADAPTER (ONLY)
Price $ 329.00
This adapter plate bolts to the housing in place of the Ford 9" third member and clamps the alignment shaft tightly in place. It includes a pinion gauge for accurately measuring tube lengths for cutting the housing before welding on new ends. Use with our rearend-narrowing jig (part no. 6708) to make narrowing a Ford 9" rear end easy.
FORD 9" FACEPLATE W/NARROWING JIG, FOR FORD ENDS
Price $ 469.00
This complete narrowing jig fits a Ford 9" and Chassisworks FAB9 housing. The faceplate bolts on and provides the pinion center gauge as well as a set of clamps to hold the center shaft. The 1-11/16" ground shaft has a threaded end to accept the housing end adapter. This housing end adapter fits small Ford, Early Big Ford and Late Big Ford.