Currie CE-98129-28625 9 Inch Ford 31 Spline Axle Shaft, 28-5/8 Inch
Ford 9", 28.63" Overall Length, 31 Spline Count, Steel, Dual: 5 on 4.5" | 4.75" Bolt Pattern
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This custom cut and splined Currie Enterprises axle shaft is for Speedway housing 91046256 or other 9" Ford rearends with a 56" wide hub-to-hub dimension (a.k.a. assembled axle flange face-to-face). This is the "long" axle of the two that are required. Works with New Big Ford (Torino) bearing ends. Flanges are dual-drilled for both 5 on 4-1/2" Ford/Mopar and 5 on 4-3/4" GM wheel bolt patterns.
- Induction heat treated 1541 forged alloy
- 28.625" long
- This is the "long" axle of the two required
- Mate with "Short" axle 91046108 (26.375") for a matched pair
- Works with New Big Ford (Torino) bearing ends
- 2.5" brake space offset
- 2.8" register hub
- Dual-drilled wheel bolt pattern
Includes axle shaft, axle bearing, axle seal, bearing retainer, and two sizes of wheel studs (1/2"-20 Ford/Mopar and 7/16"-20 GM).
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