I have a boat load of parts laying in boxes and I'm taking the holiday weekend off work to finally install all my parts. My list includes the following. Rear: Ford performance aluminum IRS cradle bushings. Ford performance aluminum differential bushings. Ford performance toe arm bearings. Cortex lower control arm bearings. BMR toe links. BMR vertical links. GT350R rear sway bar. GT350R rear springs. GT350R calipers. Front: Cortex lower control arm bearings. Vorshlag camber plates. GT350R springs. GT350R calipers. Plan: Powder coat all the suspension pieces semi gloss black. IRS cradle, brake dust shields, all misc brackets, camber links, BMR toe links, BMR vertical links, all 4 front control arms, sway bar bushing brackets. Powder coat red, R springs, R rear sway bar. Paint semi gloss black, differential & axles. Today after work I removed the complete IRS from the car, it's pretty easy and straightforward. But what I noticed once it was removed from the car was the left axle shaft is A LOT bigger then the right axle shaft! The left axle measures 1.300" The right axle measures 1.112" Even the left CV joint is noticeably larger! I hope I didn't get a screw up and the wrong right axle shaft. I know the splines are larger on the GT350 But it doesn't make sense why ford would put a smaller axle on the right side. Anyone notice this before? Thanks Scott.