View Single Post
  #1  
Old 03-12-2018, 05:42 PM
hansgoudzwaard hansgoudzwaard is offline
Rusty Rat Rodder
 
Join Date: Jul 2012
Posts: 471
Default Chryslerís 9.25 Axle Servicing Film

Best of BS 2017: Chryslerís 9.25 Axle Servicing Film Ė Made In The Mid-1970s, Still Useful Today!

https://youtu.be/eD0CEyapQK4

https://bangshift.com/general-news/t...-useful-today/

Short of actually ripping apart a rear axle in the presence of a trained mechanic who knows the ins and outs of the unit you are messing with, training by film fills in the gaps of what you need to know in order to properly service Part X. At least, that was the perceived goal for films like this one from Chrysler. The 9.25 rear axle has underpinned millions of Chrysler product vehicles, and can still be found in later model vehicles like Durangos, Rams and the last B-series vans. They are stout, they can tolerate decent abuse levels, and they are straightforward when it comes to swapping them from vehicle to vehicle. While the Chrysler 8.75 rear axle is the one everybody thinks of for a builder, the 9.25 has aftermarket support, is plenty strong and can be easily found for a decent price. And like most junkyard parts, a good once-over will probably be needed. This film was meant for the mechanics as a training aid and there are certain things we would suggest you let a professional do if youíre performing a full build, but there is still plenty of good information to be had.
Reply With Quote