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1928-36 Ford 5 Inch Dropped Tube Axle, 48 Inch
1928-36 Ford 5 Inch Dropped Tube Axle, 48 Inch

1928-36 Ford 5 Inch Dropped Tube Axle, 48 Inch

Universal Fit, Ford Stock Spindle Style, Solid Tube Straight Axle Style, 48" King Pin Centers

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1928-36 Ford 5 Inch Dropped Tube Axle, 48 Inch
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  • Designed to work with 1937-1948 Ford spindles
  • Kingpin centers measure 48"
  • Axles are constructed using 2" x .250" wall seamless tubing
  • Features 1-1/4 degrees of positive camber
  • Will provide you with a 5" drop and has 36-3/8" perch center

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Spindle Style:
Ford Stock
Straight Axle Style:
Solid Tube
King Pin Centers:
48"
Drilled:
No
Dropped Axle:
Yes
Suspension Height Adjustment:
5 Inch Lowered
Tube O.D.:
2"
Material Type:
Steel
Material Thickness:
0.250"
Perch Centers:
36.38"
King Pin Boss Length:
2.25"
Sold in Quantity:
Each

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These precision made 5" drop axles accept 1937-48 Ford spindles and have 2-1/4" axle bosses. Tube axles are constructed using 2" x .250" wall seamless tubing and are set up with 1-1/4 degrees positive camber.

Item Details

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

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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