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  1. question2010 Chevrolet Camaro Parts Reference Guide and Schematics
    Open the .pdf attachment below (or click here) to view the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro Parts Reference Guide and Schematics. This is provided by GM with "Body in White" cars and provides a wealth of information that is valuable to anyone owning or working on a 2010+ Chevy Camaro.
  2. questionA complete list of frequently asked questions about polyurethane (poly) bushings
    Frequently Asked Questions about Polyurethane: What is Polyurethane? Polyurethane is a term used to describe a wide ranging family of elastomers (any compound exhibiting the characteristics of natural rubber; stretchy and elastic.). Poly meaning "many" and "urethane" the classification of the c ...
  3. questionCan I change the front mount type on my torque arm? (Poly bushing, rod ended, del-sphere)
    Yes, all of our torque arm front mount types thread in to the front of the torque arm and can be easily replaced and exchanged. If you ordered a rod end and want to switch to a poly bushed end, etc. it is easily accomplished. Follow the links below to purchase a replacement front torque arm mou ...
  4. questionCan I get a Ford 9" rear end set up for 3 channel ABS for my 1993-2002 GM F-Body Camaro Firebird?
    Yes, the Moser Engineering Ford 9" rear ends for the 1993-2002 GM F-Body Camaro and Firebird are now available set up for 3 or 4 channel ABS. The ABS options are available for posi or spool center sections as well. Click here to go directly to the Ford 9" rear end product page.
  5. questionCan I get a roll bar or roll cage that is powder coated?
    No. All of our roll bars and roll cages are weld in kits. The weld heat would melt the powder coating right off. You need to weld the cage in and then paint it. Also, the NHRA no longer allows powder coating of roll cages so they can properly inspect the welding.
  6. questionCan I get an aluminum rear cover on a Strange Engineering Dana 60 rear end for a 1982-2002 GM F-Body Camaro & Firebird?
    Strange Engineering no longer offers the aluminum rear cover for the 1982-2002 F-Body Camaro and Firebird Dana 60 rear end due to interference with the panhard bar.
  7. questionCan I install subframe connectors (SFCs) on my car that is stripped down; on a rotisserie; doesn't have an engine or drivetrain installed; etc.
    Yes, you can install and weld in subframe connectors on a car that is stripped down, on a rotisserie, doesn't have an engine or drivetrain installed, etc. The most important thing to keep in mind is that however the car is tweaked before welding in your subframe connectors is how it will remain ...
  8. questionCan I order a rear end with a spool and keep my ABS?
    With Moser Engineering 12 Bolt and Ford 9" rear ends you can keep your ABS even when running a spool. Strange Engineering rear ends are not available with ABS and a spool.
  9. questionCan I run the front coil over kit for the 1982-1992 GM F-Body Camaro Firebird with factory stock a-arms? How about with Spohn tubular a-arms with spring boxes?
    The front coil-over kits for the 1982-1992 GM F-Body Camaro and Firebird will work with the factory a-arms or any of our tubular a-arms. The coil-over kit mounts over the strut that is mounted to the spindle, therefore the a-arm has no effect on installing the coil over kit. If you have purchas ...
  10. questionCan I run the QA1 Pro Coil coil over system for the 1964-1972 GM A-Body and 1978-1987 GM G-Body with factory stock a-arms? How about with Spohn tubular a-arms with spring boxes?
    The QA1 Pro-Coil coil-over kits for the 1964-1972 GM A-Body and 1978-1987 GM G-Body will work with the factory a-arms or any of our tubular a-arms. The QA1 coil-over shock mounts to the a-arm the same as the factory shock, with a t-bar mount. If you have purchased our tubular a-arms with spring ...
  11. questionCan I still remove my t-tops with your roll bar or roll cage installed?
    Yes, with our 8 point roll bar or 10 point roll cage installed you can still remove and install your t-tops as you normally would in your 1982-2002 GM F-Body Camaro or Firebird.
  12. questionCan I use 4th Gen rims with no spacers on Moser or Strange rear ends on my 1982-1992 F-Body Camaro & Firebird?
    If you have a 1982-1992 GM F-Body Camaro or Firebird and want to run 1993-2002 fourth gen GM F-Body rear rims or C5, C6 Corvette, etc. rear rims and do not want to have to use spacers then the easiest thing to do is just order a rear end for a 1993-2002 GM F-Body. When doing so just choose no A ...
  13. questionCan the drag anti-roll sway bars, pro-touring sway bars or aftermarket rear sway bar installation kit be used on a rear end with a back brace installed?
    If you have a back brace installed on your aftermarket rear end and want to install our aftermarket rear sway bar installation kit or one of our pro-series rear anti-roll sway bars or one of our pro-touring rear sway bars that utilize the u-bolt clamp on rear sway bar mounting saddles, the sadd ...
  14. questionCan you explain bump steer and how it is set at the alignment shop?
    Bump-steer is essentially a change in toe-in during suspension travel. To properly perform this alignment, the technician will put your vehicle on an alignment rack so the front wheels are on movable tables. He will then likely hook a come-along to the crossmember and one to the floor that will ...
  15. questionCan you explain how to set and adjust pinion angle?
    Vehicle Set-Up: Make sure your vehicle is at ride height - suspension loaded. You can not have your rear end "hanging". The vehicle does not have to be level, no matter the angle of the car you're still measuring the difference between the two angles. Setting Pinion Angle There are two a ...
  16. questionCan you give me more information on your Thrustator front torque arm rotator mount?
    The Spohn "Thrustator" front torque arm rotational mount utilizes a CNC machined steel housing with 5/8" chrome moly thrust bearings installed in both ends. Our competitors use a polyurethane bushing which really defeats the entire purpose of running an aftermarket crossmember mounted torque ar ...
  17. questionDo I need adjustable rear lower control arms? What are adjustable LCAs used for?
    Adjustable rear lower control arms are not used to adjust pinion angle and are not required if lowering your ride height. We offer adjustable rear lower control arms (LCAs) to allow for two things. For those installing very large tires they allow you to push/pull your rear end front/back to gai ...
  18. questionDo I need the 402 standard exhaust or the 405 long tube style torque arm for my 1993-2002 F-Body?
    The 402 style torque arm crossmember will normally work with factory exhaust, aftermarket y-pipes that connect to the factory exhaust manifolds and aftermarket shorty headers and y-pipe set ups. The 405 style torque arm crossmember is for aftermarket long tube headers and y-pipe set ups and pro ...
  19. questionDo I need to remove my carpet when welding in your subframe connectors for the 1982-1992 and 1993-2002 F-Body Camaro & Firebird?
    Our subframe connectors for the 1993-2002 F-Body Camaro and Firebird do not require any carpet lifting or removal. The subframe connectors weld to points that will not transfer any heat to the actual floor pan underneath the carpeting. Our subframe connectors for the 1982-1992 F-Body Camaro and ...
  20. questionDo the QA1-Kit-F-9302-SA and QA1-Kit-F-9302-DA packages include new rear springs? Is the rear coil over?
    Our QA1-Kit-F-9302-SA and QA1-Kit-F-9302-DA complete QA1 shock and spring packages for the 1993-2002 GM F-Body do not include rear springs. The rear shocks included in these packages are factory style replacements. The 1993-2002 GM F-Body from the factory has a coil over front shock and spring ...
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