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Old 01-09-2015, 07:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Rovertracks rear 30 spline Moser axles ?

Looking for info on the rear flanged Moser axles Keith used to sell. Want to get a cost on set & need either a part number or dimensions.... anyone have this info ?

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Old 01-09-2015, 10:44 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Call Moser and talk to Mark. I took him a set of Rover axles years ago, I'd expect them to have retained the info.
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Call Moser and talk to Mark. I took him a set of Rover axles years ago, I'd expect them to have retained the info.
Thanks, have been emailing Matt.... passed that onto him.
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Old 01-09-2015, 05:05 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Pretty sure the ones in my garage are RoverTracks. They have a round flange built into them and a hex spacer that bolts in between the flange and the hub.
What measurements are you looking for?
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Looks like he is asking about the 30 spline ones for the Toy swap
If it weren't so damn cold, I'd pull mine and get numbers for you.
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Remember the spindle sticks out further than the hub flange face so the axle flange needs to be undercut or a spacer like rover tracks did
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Looks like he is asking about the 30 spline ones for the Toy swap
If it weren't so damn cold, I'd pull mine and get numbers for you.
You're right, my bad.
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Old 01-12-2015, 12:04 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Remember the spindle sticks out further than the hub flange face so the axle flange needs to be undercut or a spacer like rover tracks did
Last I'd heard, they were doing a new style that didn't have this concern, but it's been ten years+ since I've spoken with anyone at Moser.

They seem to have fallen out of favor locally.
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why would anyone make a flanged full floating axle shaft? Would that not mean having to use specific forgings or blanks with one big end?
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... Would that not mean having to use specific forgings or blanks with one big end?
Yes, but 1541H (if I got that right) is supplied in forged axle blanks already hardened and with the flange. Splines are machined on the inner end and any flange machining and drilling done after hardening.

AFAIK a lot of production axles are made this way to minimise costs.
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Yes, but 1541H (if I got that right) is supplied in forged axle blanks already hardened and with the flange. Splines are machined on the inner end and any flange machining and drilling done after hardening.

AFAIK a lot of production axles are made this way to minimise costs.
so cost is your answer
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