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  1. questionWhat's the difference between chrome & aluminum rear end covers on 12 Bolt & Dana 60 rear ends?
    Ford 9" rear ends do not have a rear cover. 12 bolt and Dana 60 rear ends come standard with a chrome rear cover, or you can upgrade to an aluminum rear cover. The aluminum rear cover is a performance cover that strengthens your rear. They are made from 356-T6 aluminum and designed to improve r ...
  2. questionWhere can I get more information on the Wavetrac rear end differential?
    For more information on the Wavetrac rear end differential offered in Moser Engineering rear ends click here.
  3. questionWhere should I set my adjustable shocks and struts? What is a good shock and strut setting for compression and rebound?
    If you're looking for some tips and pointers on how and where to adjust your adjustable shocks or struts there's a great tech article over at Dragzine.com that will tell you everything you need to know. You can check it out by clicking here.
  4. questionWhich set of mounting holes in the rear mounting bracket of the torque arm should I use?
    If you have a Ford 9" rear make sure you are using the set of mounting holes that are towards the driver's side of the car. For stock and 12 bolt rear ends you must use the set of holes towards the passenger's side of the vehicle. If you specified a Dana 60 rear end when you ordered the torque ...
  5. questionWhich wheel studs do I need for my car when ordering a rear end?
    Most GM vehicles built after 1978 were factory equipped with metric (12mm) wheel studs. Most vehicles built prior to 1978 were factory equipped with 1/2" wheel studs, but some had 7/16" wheel studs. 5/8" wheel studs are for extreme horsepower drag racing applications. Wheel studs are available ...
  6. questionWhy do I keep breaking the transmission mount bushing on my 1982-2002 F-Body Camaro Firebird?
    It is a very common problem to keep breaking transmission mount bushings on the 1982-2002 GM F-Body Camaro and Firebird cars. The cause of this is the torque arm suspension system. The front of the torque arm mounts to the tailshaft of the transmission. The constant stress from the torque arm p ...
  7. questionWhy do KYB front shocks not fit on your SKU 741, 745 front lower a-arms for the 1993-2002 GM F-Body?
    The KYB front shocks for the 1993-2002 GM F-Body (Camaro & Firebird) are much larger at the bottom mounting area then the stock and other aftermaket shocks and will not fit through the cut out on our a-arm's shock mount.
  8. questionWhy do you ask what type of rear end I have when ordering a torque arm?
    We ask what type of rear end you have when ordering a torque arm because the Strange Dana 60 (S60) rear end requires a rear mounting bracket that is shaped differently for proper fitment. Our normal rear mounting bracket will work with any stock or aftermarket 12 bolt and Ford 9" rear ends. So ...
  9. questionWhy don't you offer bolt in sub frame connectors (SFCs) for my application?
    For almost all applications we offer sub frame connectors for we do not offer bolt-in sub frame connectors (SFCs). If the attachment points do not offer a solid and purpose built bolt mounting area and would require drilling holes through the sheet metal unibody then we only offer weld in SFCs ...
  10. questionWhy don't your SKU# 982 torque arm mounting bolts hardware kit work with a Moser 12 bolt rear?
    The factory rear end uses two long bolts that go through the top and bottom of the torque arm's rear mount. Our SKU# 982 torque arm mounting bolt hardware kit is for use on factory style torque arm mounting rear ends (anything but a Moser 12 bolt rear). The Moser Engineering 12 bolt rear end fo ...
  11. questionWill the SKU# D94-02-TB-DS adjustable front track bar for the 1994-2002 Dodge Ram 4x4 clear a plow frame?
    The SKU# D94-02-TB-DS and D94-02-TBL-DS adjustable front track bars for the 1994-2002 Dodge Ram 4x4 will not clear a snow plow frame.
  12. questionWill your front control arms for the Dodge Ram 4x4 work on a lifted truck?
    We have Dodge Ram 4x4 front suspension lower and upper control arms available for stock ride height trucks as well as for trucks with a 1"-3" or a 4"-6" lift. When a Dodge Ram 4x4 is lifted the front control arms need to be longer than the factory front control arms to maintain proper front axl ...
  13. questionWill your panhard bar clear an aftermarket rear end cover on my 2002-2009 TrailBlazer, SSR or Envoy?
    If your factory panhard bar clears your aftermarket rear end cover on your 2002-2009 TrailBlazer, Envoy or SSR then our panhard bar will clear it fine as well as it is not any larger than the factory panhard bar.
  14. questionWill your SKU# 992 LSx solid motor mounts work in a 1982-1992 F-Body Camaro & Firebird doing an LSx swap?
    No, our SKU# 992 solid LSx motor mounts are made to bolt to a 1993-2002 F-Body K-Member, they will not work on a 1982-1992 F-Body K-Member.
  15. questionYour upper a-arm cross shafts are offset, can I flip them to change my front end alignment?
    Our upper a-arm cross shafts are offset so you can flip them depending on your front end alignment needs. They ship to you set with the cross shafts installed with the "wheel side" marking facing the wheel, this gives the same geometry as stock. If you need more alignment, simply flip the cross ...
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