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Old 03-12-2012, 02:06 PM   #1
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Default 3" muffler clamps on 9" moser

Just installed my 9" moser but now can't figure out how these 3" muffler clamps go on.. If any of u guys have any pics plz post them up...thanks
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If anyone has any pic's they can pass on to Arturo, I would appreciate it. He ordered his Moser rear without the swaybar brackets. Thanks. Bob
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Here is one pic that I found. Bob
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Make sure you have the suspension loaded when you install the sway bar. You can do this by having the car jacked up from the rear end, using jack stands. Bob
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dont have a picture but it pretty easy...

1) U-bolt goes on the axle tube from the top, so the threads are facing down

2) the other side of the muffler clamp goes over the threads and the curved part touches the bottom of the axle tube

3) then the swaybar bracket & bushing go over the threads. The muffler clamp should have provided a flat spot for the swaybar mount to seat against.

4) Then thread the nuts and tighten.

Make sure they are evenly spaced. dont fully tighten until both clamps are installed.

hope that helps!
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ok guys very helpfull, Thanks a bunch
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ok guys very helpfull, Thanks a bunch
Give me a call if you need anything. Bob
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i actually tried this using the 3" clamps and the clamps were about 1/4" to wide, i went and got 2 3/4" clamps and it worked better, i couldn't squeeze the 3" clamps enough and be able to line everything up with 1 hand
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