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Old 06-05-2010, 12:49 PM   #61
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if you get the M9 with the torque arm and trans mount assembly for the T56 and switch out the T56 for a TH400 down the road, can you buy the M9 auto crossmember from Moser separately for the TH400?
Yes, the new crossmember can be purchased separately. Thanks. Bob
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Old 06-05-2010, 12:58 PM   #62
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does any one have close up pictures of a spohn torque arm mounted to a moser 9" rear end?who has run a spool on the street?what did or didn't you like about it?










This particular T/A received a Moser 9 inch with a spool. Unless you do extensive city driving, a spool is not bad at all in my opinion. Bob
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Old 06-05-2010, 09:39 PM   #63
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thanks Bob for the pictures,I will contact you shortly .that whats I am consider a spool with a Alum center section.I have a spohn torque arm and would like to adapt it to a moser 9"rear end.

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Old 06-06-2010, 11:03 AM   #64
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thanks Bob for the pictures,I will contact you shortly .that whats I am consider a spool with a Alum center section.I have a spohn torque arm and would like to adapt it to a moser 9"rear end.
You're welcome! I think that is a very good way to go. Bob
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Old 06-08-2010, 11:19 AM   #65
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I'm 99.99% sure YES..


Bob I'm sending you a PM for 9inch + driveshaft order
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Hi Hussam, I tried to send you a pm and your box is full. Bob
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Old 06-11-2010, 07:40 PM   #67
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Bob, can the stock LT1 rear brakes be used with a stamped Moser 9" running 35 spline axles?

And would you give any discount for buying a housing/axle package and not putting it on a credit card?
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Nice to see you back Bob, looking forward to doing busniess this summer!
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hey wats the best option for a DD and sometimes track use???on my 4th 10 bolt....
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Bob, can the stock LT1 rear brakes be used with a stamped Moser 9" running 35 spline axles?

And would you give any discount for buying a housing/axle package and not putting it on a credit card?
Yes they can indeed be used. I knock off $50.00 if you send me a cashier's check or wire transfer me the money from your bank to our bank, for the housing/axle package. Thanks. Bob

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hey wats the best option for a DD and sometimes track use???on my 4th 10 bolt....
http://shop.brutespeed.com/Moser-9-I...c-Truetrac.htm

It all depends on how much horsepower your car has, but for the average 400 to 500 rwhp Camaro or Firebird, the Moser 9 inch with the Trac-Loc will do the job. If you still have the stock torque arm, then the lightweight Moser M9 should be considered too, as it comes with a chromoly torque arm and transmission crossmember.

http://shop.brutespeed.com/Moser-M9-...y-Complete.htm

I prefer the nine inch over the 12 bolt, and the link here explains why.
https://www.brutespeed.com/rear_end_information.htm Thanks. Bob
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Bob, the rear shipping in two days is prob the best part off the deal in my opinion. The prices are also very good as well, keep up the great work
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So, is the wavetrac worth the extra money? I don't do any road racing, and I feel that is the place where that would really shine. MY car is daily driven at the moment, but will soon be a weekend car. I currently have a 12 bolt, but it whines, and needs a new differential. I've been reading up, and considering going to a 9 inch. I've got about 500 WHP now, but will continue to upgrade and hopefully have at least 600 in the next year or so.

The M9 package seems like the way to go, just wondering about the differential choice.
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Bob, the rear shipping in two days is prob the best part off the deal in my opinion. The prices are also very good as well, keep up the great work
Thanks, I appreciate it! Bob
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So, is the wavetrac worth the extra money? I don't do any road racing, and I feel that is the place where that would really shine. MY car is daily driven at the moment, but will soon be a weekend car. I currently have a 12 bolt, but it whines, and needs a new differential. I've been reading up, and considering going to a 9 inch. I've got about 500 WHP now, but will continue to upgrade and hopefully have at least 600 in the next year or so.

The M9 package seems like the way to go, just wondering about the differential choice.
The Wavetrac sounds perfect for what you are going to be using the car for. At the power level you are going to be at, there are not very many choices. Bob
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Bob, on a 94 camaro w/ stock rear disc brake, do you install the caliper plate bracket as well on the 9"?
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Bob, on a 94 camaro w/ stock rear disc brake, do you install the caliper plate bracket as well on the 9"?
The LT1 brakes go on the rear basically the same way the LS1 brakes do.
Check out my installation info at this link.
https://www.brutespeed.com/moser_ins...structions.htm Thanks. Bob
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