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Old 11-15-2005, 08:16 AM
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I am doing a new 32 chassis.......for my 3W

here is the 9 inch in it.........the center is 'centered' from the rear view.....but the pinion is not......

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Originally Posted by woundbroom
If you check a Mustang you will see that the rear is off from the factory. The engine is offset to one side and the rear is too. Works O.K.
Bingo. The OEM installations I've checked had the motor positioned to the passenger side of the car slightly. Measure from the inner fenders on each side of the car to the middle of the motor and you'll see it.
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Originally Posted by luckyscustomcreation
Moser makes a nine inch housing that centers them both. pinion and housing. give em a call and he can make to any length desired.
How would they do that
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