Get Your Gears Right With Moser Engineering Center Sections

Moser Engineering is a leading manufacturer of custom-built Mopar 8.75 (489 Case) Center Sections. Moser’s center sections have multiple options and are ready to bolt right in and go. These center sections are meticulously assembled and carefully packaged in a specially designed plastic case. This ensures that the components are protected during shipping and arrive in pristine condition.

One of the key features of these center sections is the use of solid pinion shims instead of weaker crush sleeves. This choice enhances the durability and strength of the center sections, making them more reliable and long-lasting.The solid pinion shims provide a more stable and secure connection between the pinion gear and the differential, minimizing the risk of any potential failures or issues.

To ensure precise and accurate assembly, all units are put together using special calibrated “Torque Guns.” These Torque Guns eliminate the need for impact guns that can potentially hammer and flat spot bearings, causing premature wear and tear.

Moser offers multiple limited slip options including Truetrac, Auburn Grip-N-Lock, Detroit Locker or steel spool. There are also options for pinion yoke size, powder coating and gear sizes. Moser will even add in the fluid you need to fill your rear end to save you an extra trip to the parts store.

Moser Engineering’s commitment to quality and attention to detail sets their Mopar 8.75 (489 Case) Center Sections apart from the competition. Their use of solid pinion shims, calibrated torque guns and detailed build options ensures that customers receive a reliable and high-performance product.

With Moser Engineering, you can trust that your center section is built to the highest standards and will meet your expectations for durability and performance.

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Gavin Wollenburg

Gavin grew up around Mopars in his lakeside home in Ohio, his father showing him nearly everything he needed to know about haulin' some serious rear in his '72 Dart Swinger. Since then, he's made his little A-Body a serious autocross contender and regularly shows the modern boys how an old Dart does it!

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