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Old 04-24-2014, 04:19 PM   #1
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Will a 10-14 rear axle fit an 05-09?

I knew my car was hit before I bought it but after seeing the alignment today there's one degree of toe out on the rear wheels.
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The left rear was -1.4 deg and the right rear was at +.4 deg.
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It's the same axle, no difference in the mounting.

Are you sure it is straight? If it is used and off a wreck maybe it is twisted.
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The axle shaft was replaced and it explains the difficulties I had with installing the watts link.
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The right rear had no camber so the hit probably came at an angle from the front
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Although you replaced the axle shaft, it is possible that the axle tube itself is bent or twisted. That could account for the difference side to side.
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Most likely the axle tube.
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Yeah that's what I figured. The car was wrecked and fixed before I bought it. And when I seen how the left rear tire was wearing slightly more on the inside I had my suspicions. Looks like I'll be replacing the entire housing in the near future.
Makes sense with all the clearance issues I had with the watts as well
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