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Non-Wing Front Axles

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Material Type:
Chromoly
King Pin Inclination:
8 Degree / 12 Degree
Diameter:
2-1/4
Material Thickness:
.120
King Pin Centers:
-
Non-Wing Front Axles
Non-Wing Front Axles
Non-Wing Front Axles

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Hand crafted front axles are constructed of 2-1/4" diameter, .120" wall 4130 chromoly steel for durability and longevity. Has an 8° left /12° right kingpin inclination. Plain steel finish only. Speedway axles are all reamed for correct kingpin fit.

  • 49" axle built with 1/2" offset
  • 50" axle built with 1-1/2" offset
  • 52" axle built with 3-1/2" offset
  • 53" axle includes sway bar studs


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Squaring the Front Axle (Link)

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
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Jeff
Verified Purchaser
Tucson AZ

Was impressed

July 08, 2016
I was very impressed with the Craftmanship on this Axle. I bought one a few years ago & had a weld fail on it during a race this axle was very much better biult!!!!!!
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Jack
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Santa rosa ca.

This is the first m&w axle Ive used, excellent piece.

June 10, 2016
Very nice quality. Axle supposed to be 52 inches was 51.5, minor detail.
Pros:
  • Good Welds
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

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spindles Tell me, Do I use 10 degree spindles with this being a 8/12 degree? And why 8/12? is that better than a10 degree axle? Thanks

Notsure
Western wi.
February 04, 2014

spindles Tell me, Do I use 10 degree spindles with this being a 8/12 degree? And why 8/12? is that better than a10 degree axle? Thanks

Answers

February 06, 2014
EricM
Yes you will use 10 degree spindles. Almost all sprint car spindles use a 10 degree kingpin inclination spindle. This adds cross-weight to the chassis during steering. More kingpin angle in the RF spindle subtracts from the negative camber gain caused by positive caster as the RF wheel is turned left. Kingpin angle affects the performance of the car when the wheels are steered. The more the kingpin angle, the more the car is "lifted" when it is steered. If you have a situation with the LF kingpin angle higher than the RF kingpin angle, then cross-weight is reduced as the car is steered (either way).
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