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Old 06-13-2007, 11:44 PM
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Axle shafts a bit to short

I bought some moser axle shafts from summit and installed them with a new differential in my 94 firebird. The problem is that the shafts cause the rotor to sit to close to the caliper mounting bracket and it rubs on both the left and right rotors. is there a way i could shim them? or did i miss something when installing them? any ideas or opions?


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Not trying to be a smart "A"....But did you call summit or moser tech line???? They sold it I'd make them service it.......let us know what you find....Brian
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not trying to be a smart ***** also but, I am into Mopars and ordered some k.b. hyper. pistons from Summit, and had some quest's. what a bunch of A-holes!! I will never order anything from them again. I finished my ordering for my 340 engine build from P.A.W. Now I just throw their rags away when they come in. . also when I ordered my moser's. I ordered direct from Moser. but that was before the accident that he had. my axles came in perfect and correct! Brian

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