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where is the best place to get a 9 inch?

This is a discussion on where is the best place to get a 9 inch? within the Drivetrain forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; hey everyone, i really want to get a new rearend. i am leaning to the moser 9inch prolly 35 splined ...

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    where is the best place to get a 9 inch?

    hey everyone, i really want to get a new rearend. i am leaning to the moser 9inch prolly 35 splined with either 4.11 or 4.30's. prolly 4.30's question is where is the best deal? i only found yearone has the whole setup and is a lil over 3 grand, any suggestions? thanks a million
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    I bought mine here http://stores.ebay.com/Quick-Performance-Racing.

    I got a Moser 9" with 35 spline axles, drain and fill plug, reluctor rings installed, Strange Pro Nodular third member with Motive performance 4.30 gears and a detroit locker. Shipped to my door in 5 business days and I paid $2550 total price (shipping included). + the gears were set right and they don't whine. I highly recomend them.
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    Try Eric at Mid West Chassis.

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    hey thanks Jay!!! how do you like the 4.30s? what is the rpm at 80 or so? thanks a million guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue02Z View Post
    hey thanks Jay!!! how do you like the 4.30s? what is the rpm at 80 or so? thanks a million guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Absolutely love the 4.30's. 75 MPH in sixth I am at 2150 RPM with 295/35/18's in the rear. Going to have to do some trial and error at the track to see what size tires I'll need with my new H&C combo. I might need a 28" tire but I'm not sure. I love the gears on the street however.

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    cool! i will def. go with 4.30s then. thanks for the help and glad to see you got your h/c

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue02Z View Post
    cool! i will def. go with 4.30s then. thanks for the help and glad to see you got your h/c
    No prob. Going to install my clutch, H&C combo and Intake/tb combo next weekend. Should put me near 430-450 RWHP with the proper tune. Can't wait.

    4.30's are awesome but the norm is going with 4.10's. I like to be a little different and I am glad I did.

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    how much is labor to install a new rear end?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camaro916 View Post
    how much is labor to install a new rear end?
    Fairly easy install to do by yourself and a few buddies or a shop will charge $350-500.

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    quickperformance.com sells bolt in assemblies for f-bodys that come with fluch mount ends that accept stock brakes and rotors and built to order center sections. I got everything i needed for $1539.00 thats including shipping u just need 2 3in exhaust clamps for ur rear sway bar and u need to install the axles and brakes urself. There a lot cheaper than any place i seen and im happy with it. You need to paint the rear to but at least u can choose the color

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    Remember, 35 spline limits you to a locker or spool.I'm pretty sure anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcleveland@barrick.c View Post
    Remember, 35 spline limits you to a locker or spool.I'm pretty sure anyway.
    Yes, with a 9" it does. I have a Detroit Locker and Love it. The Clunking gives the rear end some Character, And makes a good coversation piece. Great to see the looks I get, If they only knew.

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