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Drive Shaft for Moser 9in

This is a discussion on Drive Shaft for Moser 9in within the Drivetrain forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Im looking into buying a 9" off one of my friends who is upping to a narrowed MWC 9". He ...

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    Drive Shaft for Moser 9in

    Im looking into buying a 9" off one of my friends who is upping to a narrowed MWC 9". He said that he used his stock driveshaft with no problems but he suggested that I should use a ds that is 1 inch longer. Can I use the stocker or should I get one that is 1 inch longer
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    Stocker will work.
    Although the longer one will provide more depth for the splines.

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    I'll second that. I had a Spicer yoke on my one inch longer shaft I bought from LPE and after about one year and 50 or so 6 grand dumps the splines that were not engaged with the output shaft looked twisted very badly so the more engagement you get without bottoming the yoke the better.

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    I believe you will need an adapter as the stock DS is not the same yoke size as the Moser 9"...1350

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    Call MWC, they have drive shafts. I ordered a driveshaft when I ordered the rear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS View Post
    I believe you will need an adapter as the stock DS is not the same yoke size as the Moser 9"...1350
    I just switched around the u-joints...do a search for "napa u joint" because they have a specific part number that people have found works with the f-body ds and a moser 9".

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    If the budget allows it I would call MWC and purchase a PST aluminium shaft $400. Seen to many stock driveshaft blow and cause more than 400 bucks worth of damage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zmg00camaross View Post
    If the budget allows it I would call MWC and purchase a PST aluminium shaft $400. Seen to many stock driveshaft blow and cause more than 400 bucks worth of damage.
    Driveshaft loops are cheap and should already be in place if you are making enough power to need a 9inch...

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    I picked up a ujoint to adapt the stock driveshaft to the 1350 yoke just in case my PST driveshaft didn't arrive in time for me to take the car to Little Rock. The part number was PRE447 from O'Reilly's. Cost $25. Thankfully the PST driveshaft arrived- changing the u-joint on a stock driveshaft is a pain because you have to use a torch to heat it up to loosen the nylon adhesive they use to hold it in.

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    [QUOTE=LS3torque;2476315]Driveshaft loops are cheap and should already be in place if you are making enough power to need a 9inch...[/QUOTE Your point? shit happens and a loop helps but a driveshaft swinging around under there will tear stuff up.

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    Get the inch longer one will save you some headache later.

    we sell the PST ones for $390 shipped

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