1992-96 Bronco 8.8" Differential Cross Pin - 7/8"

1992-96 Bronco 8.8" Differential Cross Pin - 7/8"

Keep you 1992-1996 Ford Bronco 8.8" rear end spider gears secured into place in the carrier case with this 7/8" differential cross pin!

Questions? Click here to ask an expert.

Item #FTP-F880402

Everyday Low Price: $19.99

In Stock
 This item is returnable. Details

Free Shipping over $99

 Add to Cart


  • Holds Spider Gears Together
  • Work On Up To 4.56 Gears
  • Replaces Worn Cross Pin


  • Steel Construction
  • 7/8" Diameter
  • For 31 Spline

 What's in the Box

  • (1) Rear End Carrier Cross Pin

8.8" Differential Cross Pin - 7/8" 
Replace your worn out or damaged rear end carrier cross pin with this 7/8" diameter 8.8" differential cross pin for your 1992-1996 Ford Bronco's rear end. It's always good practice to check the carrier cross pin, and replace it at the first sign of wear! These are stock-replacement cross pins are for use in 8.8" rear ends with 4.30 or lower ratios. Constructed from high grade steel with the correct 7/8" diameter for your center differential. Precision machined to tight tolerances with the correct reliefs and cross pin bolt hole location. Don’t forget to replace the retaining bolt at the same time!

30 Day Limited Warranty - Click Here

  • Ford Bronco - 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996
Fitment Notice
  • For higher-numbered gears, use of a notched cross pin is required.

Common Question
  • My cross-pin shaft is scored and the spider gears wore into it. What happened?
  • When a differential is traveling in a straight line, the spider gears remain motionless in the carrier. It is not until one tire turns faster or slower than the other that the spider gears rotate on the cross pin shaft. This most commonly happens when turning a corner. However, other situations cause the spider gears to spin much more rapidly, such as getting stuck in the mud or snow. When this happens, the spider gears can rotate on the cross pin shaft so quickly that it slings all the differential oil away from it, giving way to metal-on-metal wear. This causes the cross pin shaft and the gear to get so hot that they melt each other, sometimes to the point where they weld themselves together. Damage such as this can not only damage the spider gear set, but destroy the carrier and ring & pinion set.

California Residents:
Prop 65 Warning SignWARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm-
Add to Cart