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Magnum 1928-36 Ford 4 Inch Dropped Tube Axle, 48 Inch

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Magnum 1928-36 Ford 4 Inch Dropped Tube Axle, 48 Inch
Magnum 1928-36 Ford 4 Inch Dropped Tube Axle, 48 Inch
Magnum 1928-36 Ford 4 Inch Dropped Tube Axle, 48 Inch

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These precision made 4" drop axles accept 1937-48 Ford spindles and have 2-1/4" axle bosses. Tube axles are constructed using 1018 forged steel ends welded to 2" x .250" wall, 1018 seamless tubing and are set up with 1-1/4 degrees positive camber.

  • Tube axle ends are forged 1018 steel (not cast)
  • Tubes are precision welded to the forged ends with deep penetration
  • Jig welded to extremely accurate dimensions
  • These beautiful axles are virtually indestructible

Caster Angle Illustration (GIF)

Leaf Spring Measuring Guide (Link)

Tube Axle Application Chart (GIF)

Item Details

48" King Pin Center
36-3/8" Perch Center

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2 questions : 2 answers

1 answers

When the axle-ends are forged I guess they are weldable with a "normal" fillerrod ?

February 27, 2011

When the axle-ends are forged I guess they are weldable with a "normal" fillerrod ?

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March 07, 2011
Jack
Welding on the axle will void any / all warranty. Welding on the forged axle is not advised. We do sell filled end axles, these are done in a controlled condition, by an experienced company welder.
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Built in caster... Is there any built in caster angle between the spring perch and kingpin bosses?

Zandoz
Northern Kentucky
October 17, 2012

Built in caster... Is there any built in caster angle between the spring perch and kingpin bosses?

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October 18, 2012
Jason
There is NOT a caster angle built into the axle between the spring perch and the spindle boss. The axle does NOT have a front and rear. Caster is set in by the location of the rear of the wishbones or radius rod if not adjustable and if you have the 4 bar or radius rods with the rod ends or clevis’ the caster is dialed in as needed thru these ends. 5-7 degrees positive caster is desired and care needs to be exercised so as not to put the shackles in a bind. In many cases the front perch needs to be installed on the front cross member or the cross member installed to compensate for the spring lay back.
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