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Old 05-10-2011, 09:24 AM
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Anyone Familiar with this 9" Ford Rearend eBay Source??

I'm looking for a Ford 9" Rearend assembly for my 1980 GM G-Body donor chassis for my '53 Corvette replica.

I found this one on eBay. Looks/sounds just what I am looking for.

Anyone know anything about this specific source?

Appreciate any and all comments.

Thanx,

Tom

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Forgot to insert link!!!

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...K%3AMEWAX%3AIT

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You can buy name brand unit for the same price or cheaper. Why bother?
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Thanx!

Would you mind pointing me to the site or a link where I can

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I have not been able to find anything comparable at that price.

Thanx again!!

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Contact them, ask for business info, street address, etc. I would before I spent $2200 on ebay.
If they provide info. do some research, if they don't...walk.
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Could not agree with you more!!

I started this thread looking for input (hopefully from past customers) as part of the "research"!!

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Looks to me thats another Moser independent dealer selling out of the Moser warehouse. http://www.moserengineering.com/hous...rt-number.html

I would buy the housing package direct from Moser and then build a center.
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I'd also question a 1310 yoke and joints handling 500 hp. I have less than that in my FAB-9, Strange 9+ center, Detroit Locker and MW axles with a billet 1350 yoke..
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