Custom building a car gives a car enthusiast a chance to really put their personality into their vehicle. It is a uniquely-American opportunity to create a symbol that represents individuality and belief in personal freedom. Often times, the only glitch in creating that personalized custom car is the engineering involved in the drivetrain. Moser Engineering has released a new video that explains how they can help custom builders by explaining how to accurately measure, identify housing ends and pinion offset, along with filling out the Moser housing order form.
Much like the old carpenter’s adage, “measure twice, cut once”, getting accurate measurements is the only way to ensure that you will get exactly what you need when ordering a custom rearend housing. Using a little care and attention to detail, along with a tape measure, straight edge and dial calipers, the job is actually pretty easy.
Housing types and ends can be confusing in some cases, but no matter what, if you get stuck anywhere in the process, Moser’s technical experts are available to help over the phone at (260) 726-6689 during normal business hours.
The housing width and pinion offset are critical measurements for custom rearends, and often the most misunderstood. Moser’s video explains in great detail, how to correctly determine the housing width and the pinion offset so that you can order a rearend that will properly fit in your drivetrain. Carefully measure once and that’s all you need following these directions.