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Spring Behind Front Tube Axle, Ford Spindle, 4 Inch Drop, Plain

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Specs
Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Finish:
Natural
Diameter:
2.00
Drop:
4.00
Material Thickness:
.250
King Pin Centers:
48.00
Spindle Type:
Ford
Spring Behind Front Tube Axle, Ford Spindle, 4 Inch Drop, Plain
Spring Behind Front Tube Axle, Ford Spindle, 4 Inch Drop, Plain
Spring Behind Front Tube Axle, Ford Spindle, 4 Inch Drop, Plain
Spring Behind Front Tube Axle, Ford Spindle, 4 Inch Drop, Plain
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Speedway Double Dropped axles are constructed from 2" x .250" wall steel tubing. They feature welded-on radius rod and spring brackets and work with 1937-1948 Ford style spindles.

  • Spring-Behind Axle design
  • 48" eye-to-eye
  • Use with 26" spring

Spring Behind Axle Illustration (GIF)

Leaf Spring Measuring Guide (Link)

Caster Angle Illustration (GIF)

Specs

  • Axle Bracket Thickness:  3/8"
  • Axle Bracket Spacing:  5" eye to eye (outside holes)

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Product Q&A

2 questions : 2 answers

HOW FAR APART ARE THE BRACKETS WELDED ON THE AXLE?

1 answers
November 19, 2011

HOW FAR APART ARE THE BRACKETS WELDED ON THE AXLE?

Answers

November 21, 2011
Jason
The brackets are 31-1/8" center to center or 30-3/4" in between brackets

What steering arms are needed for this axle using traditional steering. I want the tie rod behind the axle, not out front.

1 answers
Cyclone
Sonoma, CA 95476, USA
October 02, 2012

What steering arms are needed for this axle using traditional steering. I want the tie rod behind the axle, not out front.

Answers

October 03, 2012
Jason
You will need to use the flat plate steering arms number 91632022 that only accept heim ends and the upper arm for traditional steering is number 91632017 or 91632009 with a straight hole for heim ends or we also have them for the tapered stud tie rod ends if desired.
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