Front Hairpin Radius Rods, 27 Inch, Plain Steel
Universal Fit, 27.00" Overall Length, .875" Tube O.D., 4.50" Center to Center, Steel, Painted
- Ideal for smaller cars
- Rugged 7/8" O.D. tubing
- Threaded 5/8" UNF right hand at each end
- Matching axle brackets available, and sold separately
- Not for rear suspension use, ideal for front suspension on lighter cars under 2500 lbs.
These front radius rods are ideal for smaller or full-fendered cars. Rugged, 7/8" O.D. steel tubing is threaded 5/8"-18 NF right hand at each end.
Designed to be used with batwings or axle brackets with a 5" center to center bolt hole spacing on front tube or I-beam axles only. Not to be used for rear suspensions. Before installing the heim joints or clevis ends, the actual measurement will be center to center 4-1/2". The angle of the tube will increase the measurement to 5" after installing the end hardware.
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Q & A
Speedway Motors employee Steve L. takes a few minutes to talk about the various straight axle and radius rod options available at Speedway Motors.
Learn about Speedway Motor's Fully Assembled Rear Control Arm Kit and how it saves time and hassle. In this video, Joe and Kyle explain the benefits of this new product.
Eagle Motorsports, Inc. put together a how-to video on installing their Stallard SST Rear Axle Assembly.
When it comes to a traditional style build on an early hot rod it just has to be rolling on a solid front axle of some sort. In this buyer's guide we take you through I-beam and round tube solid axles, spindle choices, radius rod needs, and more.
Darrian explains the process of Shelby/Arning drop changes and how that affects your car.
This guide will help you choose the best heim joints or rod ends for your application and explains the differences between each design.
Speedway Motors employee Jess M. talks about customizing the rear radius rods she installed on her '33 5-Window coupe.