These axles retain the stock track width, but have the SN95 flange for the rear disk conversion. Perfect for use with our LRS-2100A & LRS-2100C rear disk conversion brackets!
Heavy duty axles from Moser Engineering seem to be one of the best replacement axles for a Mustang. Among the other benefits, these axles are constructed of forged steel, non-tapered with hardened & ground bearing seats, and feature machined c-clip grooves. They are the perfect upgrade for your street/strip Mustang and will stand up to hard launches at the track!
Note: Mustangs with serious power should use 31 spline axles with an aftermarket rear differential.
Best Answer: I am sorry James, but these will not fit on a drum equipped rear end. They are designed only for a disc brake conversion. Answered by BRYAN M.from TROY | Comment10
Bryan is correct. The reason is, the center bore on the rotor is larger than the one on a drum. We have the axles made with the larger flange so that the rotor is properly centered and wont vibrate on rear disc fox swaps. The drum wont fit these axles because the center bore is too small.
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Moser Engineering, founded in 1982, manufactures aftermarket performance rear end components for various Mustang & Lightning applications. Located in the ‘Heartlands of America’ in the modest town of Portland, Indiana, the company prides itself in its’ ability to supply quality American-made products, at an affordable price, with an industry-leading two-day turnaround. Their are widely known for their performance rear axles and differential components. Shop LatemodelRestoration.com to get Moser 4 lug, 5 lug, 28 spline, and 31 spline axles for your Foxbody, SN-95, New Edge, or S197 Mustang.
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