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Old 01-24-2007, 12:44 AM
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Rear axle suggestions

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I am just starting this project (see journal )and as you can see she is a big girl any suggestions for a eye cathing rear axle?

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Hi
I am just starting this project (see journal )and as you can see she is a big girl any suggestions for a eye cathing rear axle?

This rear end works for me.....
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she`s lovely

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she`s lovely she can adjust my transmision and prop shaft any time
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my first choice

Heres my first choice how would you like her to play with your transmission and propshaft?
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A Moser 12bolt with billet cover would look nice for sure.
I just installed one in my Camaro
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that moser looks good

The moser looks really good thanks for suggestion I will try find one to have a closer look
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Hi mainly what vehicles do Moser rears come of
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A Moser 12bolt with billet cover would look nice for sure.
I just installed one in my Camaro

That doesn't look like a billet cover, it looks like a chromed stamped steel cover.
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