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1937-1941 Ford 4 Inch Drop I-Beam Axle, Plain
1937-1941 Ford 4 Inch Drop I-Beam Axle, Plain

1937-1941 Ford 4 Inch Drop I-Beam Axle, Plain

Ford Stock Spindle Style, Solid I-Beam Straight Axle Style, 47.75" King Pin Centers, Natural

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1937-1941 Ford 4 Inch Drop I-Beam Axle, Plain
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  • Designed to fit the 1937-1941 Ford cars with stock or modified wishbone or Speedway 4-bar kits
  • Will accept 1937-1948 Ford spindles and have 2-1/4" axle bosses
  • Features a one-piece design cast from high-strength 65-45-12 annealed ductile iron
  • Axles measure 47-3?4" between king pin centers and 38-1?2" between spring perch boss centers
  • Provides a drop of approximately 4"

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Spindle Style:
Ford Stock
Straight Axle Style:
Solid I-Beam
King Pin Centers:
47.75"
Drilled:
No
Dropped Axle:
Yes
Suspension Height Adjustment:
4 Inch Lowered
Finish:
Natural
Material Type:
Cast Steel
Perch Centers:
38.50"
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Fits 1937-41 Ford cars with stock or modified wishbone or Speedway 4-bar kits. These 4" dropped axles accept 1937-48 Ford spindles and have 2-1/4" axle bosses. I-beam axles feature a one-piece design cast from high-strength 65-45-12 annealed ductile iron.

Axles measure 47-3⁄4" between king pin centers and 38-1⁄2" between spring perch boss centers. Plain finish.

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47-3/4" King Pin Centers
38-1/2" Perch Centers

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