Axle shaft question

So on my 88 Camaro I just installed the Auburn High performance model limited slip Posi unit in the rear end, right ? Well, I noticed when I put it all back together that the axle shafts (stock)
"drift" a little bit in the side gears in the Auburn unit. You can see this while looking inside of the Auburn unit while reaching over and rotating the tire back and forth. You can see the tip of the axle shaft move a little bit before it hits the splines of the side gears in the Auburn unit, hence a little play. Car has 106K, and wondering if I should have replaced the axle shafts as well in case there was any wear on the splines. The thing is, I checked this with the old diff, and swore that there was no play whatsoever, so wondering if the Auburn is made to the same specs/tollerances as the EOM diff. Anyways, whats everyone think, and where is the best place to get new axle shafts? - I Google searched, and just not finding anything decent. Thanks!
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It's fine!
Don't get too over anxious. It's just the difference of the machining of the gears.
I would say it's stronger now, than it ever was, and as long as the bearing surface on the axle is in tact. Don't worry about putting axles in it.
If you're dead set on doing this, Moser Engineering makes a set that is stronger than stock, but not as expensive as the full competition axles. The price is comparable to stock also.
I hope this helps?
Refinish King

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