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post #1 of 17 Old 07-04-2010, 05:02 PM Thread Starter
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Moser 1 piece axle price

I'm going to change to 1 pc axles and found a moser kit for 245 dollars with free shipping. Is this about as good a price as can be found??? Anybody know of any better price?:

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post #2 of 17 Old 07-04-2010, 05:12 PM
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If they are Moser's, but them. You won't find them cheaper from the searches I have done. I got mine for around $290 and was happy.

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Found them at 4 wheel parts.com
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Did you install them yourself? If so, were there any problems or tricks that I need to know?
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Did you install them yourself? If so, were there any problems or tricks that I need to know?
I would like to know this as well.
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I don't think he's bought them yet. But, when you do, let us know.
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I don't think he's bought them yet. But, when you do, let us know.
Slicric has bought them. I think thats who he is asking the question to.
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Slicric has bought them. I think thats who he is asking the question to.
If that question was for me, no I haven't installed them yet, going to add a Detroit Tru-Trac when I do. Right now I still have the Iron Duke under the hood so just running with the 2 piece untill I get my other engine rebuilt in the future

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If that question was for me, no I haven't installed them yet, going to add a Detroit Tru-Trac when I do. Right now I still have the Iron Duke under the hood so just running with the 2 piece untill I get my other engine rebuilt in the future
Sounds like a good time then. I am doing the same thing, going to be buying the 1pc and putting a little lunchbox locker in at the same time. I am afraid of the bearings inside the axle tubes, they have to be pressed on and all that junk, I hate doing things like that.
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DIY is really straight forward, they come with detailed instructions! You will want to invest in a harbor freight press!

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I did invest in one of those things, and now I have a fear of presses, because the plate broke on me and that is some scary stuff. I havent replaced the plate so I am left with a press that I cant use to its full potential lol.
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Slicric has bought them. I think thats who he is asking the question to.

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If that question was for me, no I haven't installed them yet, going to add a Detroit Tru-Trac when I do. Right now I still have the Iron Duke under the hood so just running with the 2 piece untill I get my other engine rebuilt in the future
Now that we're all thoroughly confused. I didn't see that slikric had already bought them. But now we know he has not installed them yet. So, when someone does install them, give us some pros and cons.
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Now that we're all thoroughly confused. I didn't see that slikric had already bought them. But now we know he has not installed them yet. So, when someone does install them, give us some pros and cons.
Mine have been bought and are sitting in my garage with the detroit locker, no neither are installed as of yet.

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does the detroit locker keep the axles fully locked all the time? Mine is a daily driver, but don't know if I really need a locker.
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Did the harbor freight press work good for pressing the bearing on? They have a 12 ton on sale at my local store for 129 dollars.
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