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#41 LordZ

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Posted 08 October 2006 - 06:57 PM

Just an update. No word on the Ford 8.8 but I did get this from Dave over at ArizonaZ today.

We're working right now on a whole big parts set for the Z32 diff etc. Stay
tuned later this year for price and availability.
Dave



#42 karl

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Posted 18 October 2006 - 12:03 PM

Someone said that they got their Q45 axles resplined by moser engineering, so I called to get my Q45 axles done and they said they can not do it because the axle shaft is 1.184" and the splined area is 1.197" meaning the shaft is to small to be splined for the CV or am I just talking to the wrong people. Any info would be appreciated

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Posted 02 March 2007 - 03:51 PM

Someone said that they got their Q45 axles resplined by moser engineering, so I called to get my Q45 axles done and they said they can not do it because the axle shaft is 1.184" and the splined area is 1.197" meaning the shaft is to small to be splined for the CV or am I just talking to the wrong people. Any info would be appreciated

Karl



well if you called moser to get the same work done, then the person is a liar, if you called someone else to get that work done, well..... call moser? =P

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Posted 06 March 2007 - 11:13 AM

The guy is not a liar. If you take the shaft and measure, it is larger at the splines. If you cut them shorter there won't be enough material. You will have to ask MKelly what he meant by shortened and resplined, but the Q45 axles I had could not be shortened. I just had them make custom axles, same spline, shorter length all of the same larger diameter stock. Good luck!
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Posted 07 March 2007 - 09:07 AM

i wasnt calling him a liar. LOL

i was trying to inject some humor into the reply i made =)

The guy is not a liar. If you take the shaft and measure, it is larger at the splines. If you cut them shorter there won't be enough material. You will have to ask MKelly what he meant by shortened and resplined, but the Q45 axles I had could not be shortened. I just had them make custom axles, same spline, shorter length all of the same larger diameter stock. Good luck!



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Posted 03 August 2007 - 11:44 PM

OK, so Q45 axels are too thin.
I have Armada axels with CV's. The shaft size is 1.26 in. diameter.
So these should be good candidates for a respline job, am I right?
So my plan is to use the Armada carrier and 2.94 gears, and the 300ZXTT viscous unit.

Incidentally , the spline on the ends are 32 teeth, and 1.29 in diameter.
-Les



Someone said that they got their Q45 axles resplined by moser engineering, so I called to get my Q45 axles done and they said they can not do it because the axle shaft is 1.184" and the splined area is 1.197" meaning the shaft is to small to be splined for the CV or am I just talking to the wrong people. Any info would be appreciated

Karl






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