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    #91
    Shouldn't have any issues. If you do let us know. We are happy to take care of it.
    We had 1 customer blow up 1 axle. After inspection it turned out the Rear subframe mounts were bad, along with trailing arm bushings. The car was also very low to the ground. This pulls on the axle joint and basically pulled it apart. There are some things we can't control. In this case we still took care of the axle and replaced it at no charge.
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      #92
      Originally posted by catuned View Post
      Shouldn't have any issues. If you do let us know. We are happy to take care of it.
      We had 1 customer blow up 1 axle. After inspection it turned out the Rear subframe mounts were bad, along with trailing arm bushings. The car was also very low to the ground. This pulls on the axle joint and basically pulled it apart. There are some things we can't control. In this case we still took care of the axle and replaced it at no charge.
      Great to hear, thank you!
      85 325e m60b44 6 speed / 89 535i
      e30 restoration and V8 swap
      24 Hours of Lemons e30 build

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        #93
        Any upcoming GBs for these?
        I'm interested in a set
        Alpine White 1989 E30 Coupe - LS1/T56

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          #94
          These work for non abs cars right? Just wondering because those teeth at the end look a little suspicious.

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            #95
            I didnt notice any play, however my axle nuts were 32mm not the stock 30mm size.

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              #96
              In for a group buy. Are you guys getting more went on today and noticed "out of stock"? Matt
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                #97
                In for a group buy as well. Hopefully u guys get more soon, I really need a pair.

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                  #98
                  Just got my rear end in the car, going out for a drive tomorrow morning. Lets see how they hold up.
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                  Trust me it stock :yawn:

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                    #99
                    Putting mine on next week, I'll have 600whp by next month and will be drag racing hopefully they don't break.

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                      I attended an autox with the s52 powered 2002 w/255 tire, the e30 ca tuned axles handled them like a champ! Launched it everytime.
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                      Trust me it stock :yawn:

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                        You use the same inner,

                        Originally posted by catuned View Post
                        The inner and outer metal joins are upgraded.
                        This came about from frustration. We got tired of blowing up differentials and axles on our S2002 car with just 405hp. So with plans on going over 700hp we had to do something. These are very close to the porsche axles but still retain the same size. The shafts are thicker and are 4340 Ch. Ends are upgraded with better metal internally.
                        -Build http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=295277

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                          They use the same joints




                          Originally posted by catuned View Post
                          The inner and outer metal joins are upgraded.
                          This came about from frustration. We got tired of blowing up differentials and axles on our S2002 car with just 405hp. So with plans on going over 700hp we had to do something. These are very close to the porsche axles but still retain the same size. The shafts are thicker and are 4340 Ch. Ends are upgraded with better metal internally.
                          -Build http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=295277

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                            Soo I heard group hug and came running!
                            I plan on going over 5 so I don't want to keep replacing snapped axles
                            So I'm in if you make this happen
                            IG- nv_e30

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                              Hoepfully this goes though tried replying the other day,



                              Originally posted by catuned View Post
                              The inner and outer metal joins are upgraded.
                              This came about from frustration. We got tired of blowing up differentials and axles on our S2002 car with just 405hp. So with plans on going over 700hp we had to do something. These are very close to the porsche axles but still retain the same size. The shafts are thicker and are 4340 Ch. Ends are upgraded with better metal internally.
                              -Build http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=295277

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                                Definitely in for a set of axles if there is a group buy!
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