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    Question for those with Moser rear end

    My Moser rear end arrived yesterday. I notice that the lower control arm brackets look crooked/twisted, with both pointing outwards. Anyone else see the same on theirs, is this normal?
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    Ron

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    Just looked at mine and they appear pretty square to the axle. The control arms mount at an angle, so maybe a change from mine.
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    Ralph

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    Thanks Ralph.
    Guess I'll wait till I get the kit and connect the control arms to the rear. May be an issue, but not sure yet.

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    Mine fits fine, but I cant get it to stop leaking, and this if from just sitting. Don't want to take rear cover off, but may have to.
    Ralph

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    Quote Originally Posted by rponfick View Post
    Mine fits fine, but I cant get it to stop leaking, and this if from just sitting. Don't want to take rear cover off, but may have to.
    Ralph
    sure go ahead and take off the cover and reinstall then I am sure the leak will be gone
    Herb

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    The rear lower control arm frame mounting distance is less than the distance between the axle mounting - they point in and forward. This is with the brackets hanging below the axle. Maybe you have your axle up-side down? If yours point out then seems possible they welded a right hand bracket to the left side and the left hand bracket to the right side.
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    It all fit fine.

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