Once you start modifying a car, the idea of direct-replacement parts often goes out the window. Sometimes a custom part is the only way to get what you need. However, ordering custom parts can often be a daunting task requiring a host of measurements. If your big-power project needs more rugged axles, Moser Engineering simplifies the process with a step-by-step video showing how to order its custom parts.
“When you are ready to step up to a pair of custom axles from Moser Engineering, it only takes a few minutes to gather the information you’ll need to download and fill out the order form,” says the company.
No matter what rearend your project car has under it, Moser offers axles to fit it, including the Ford 9-inch, the Ford 8.8-inch, the Chevrolet 12-bolt, the Mopar 8 ¾, and Dana 60. The company also covers most any housing end you can imagine, including the Big Ford, Big Ford Big Ford Late Model (Torino), Small Ford, Olds/Pontiac, 10/12 Bolt Chevy, Large GM, Mopar/Dana 60, and more.
Essentially, any configuration you need is available and the video above shows you how to obtain the proper measurements to complete a custom order
“With the order form complete, you are now ready to request a pair of custom Moser axle shafts built to your exact specifications and shipped within two business days,” the company added.
If that sounds like the ticket for your project, you can visit the custom-axle page on the company’s site right here.