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07-14-2011 02:46 PM
shavdog
Ok...Job Done

I got my drivers side axle bearing replaced today...I ordered a moser 9508B with a 3.150 od and a 1.531 id from summit racing for 64.95(comes in pairs with retainer) plus shipping...you need to be alittle careful reading part numbers on mosers website...it gets alittle misleading...the important thing to know when replacing moser bearings is that its a nine inch rearend...then you need to know the od and id and you can order from them or someone like summit...this worked out good for me ..we were able to overnight the part and back in business the next day...craig..on to my next project..
07-14-2011 12:48 AM
SSedan64 Hope it's not the leaky made in China bearings that Moser is now using. They start leaking quickly if synthetic Gear oil is used.
07-13-2011 09:36 PM
aisr Here's some 9" axle sizes and bearing numbers that I use...

axle dia 1.532" / Timkin Brg 514003

axle dia 1.564" / BCA RW 508-ER1562
07-13-2011 07:06 PM
39 OLDROD
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Originally Posted by shavdog
is that moser engineering uses a different size axle from a stock 9 inch rear end?....the id of the bearing has to fit the moeser axle...we tried a stock 9 inch bearing today and it just slid on the axle...not good..the part number on my old bearing is w508er which matches up with moesers...
I don't know about moser but if IT were me I would go to the advance store with the bearing and see if they could match it. Just me I guess but I like to see what I am getting when possible.

OLDROD
07-13-2011 06:42 PM
shavdog
I think the problem here

is that moser engineering uses a different size axle from a stock 9 inch rear end?....the id of the bearing has to fit the moeser axle...we tried a stock 9 inch bearing today and it just slid on the axle...not good..the part number on my old bearing is w508er which matches up with moesers...
07-13-2011 06:34 PM
39 OLDROD Most any parts place will have them just take one in and tell the counter
person that it's a 9" ford and you don't cure what year as long it is the same size.I don't think they used but two sizes. At lest I DON'T remember but two. good luck.

OLDROD
07-13-2011 03:50 PM
shavdog
Thankyou

We figured out this is a Moser 9inch rearend...Summit Racing handles the bearings and seals..just make sure the right axle size is ordered...thanks for your help..craig
07-13-2011 03:39 PM
prostreet6t9 Call Dutchman or Moser.. They will have those Brgs.
07-13-2011 01:15 PM
shavdog
Ford nine inch axle bearing number

Nothings ever easy....I have to replace a rear axle bearing and have no clew what yr this nine inch comes out of...its in my streetrod....the number on the side of the axle bearing is w508er or wso8er....is there a way I can match this up with something....thanks..craig....who makes these bearings...maybe I could contact them?

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