Dropped Gasser Front Axle, Ford Spindle, 48 Inch Wide, 6 Inch Drop
Universal Fit, Ford Stock Spindle Style, Solid Tube Straight Axle Style, 48" King Pin Centers
- 4"-6" Dropped axle only
- Axle tube: 0.250" wall
- Axle diameter: 2.00" O.D.
- Axle width: 48" kingpin center-to-center
- No Brackets
If you are looking for that dropped axle gasser look or just need a dropped axle, we've got your deal! Our plain steel, universal application axles are professionally engineered & built. Accommodates different frame widths when using our weld-on spring pads (not included, welding required).
- Uses '37-'48 Ford style spindles
- 6" drop
- Axle Tube: 0.250" wall
- Axle Diameter: 2.00" O.D.
- Axle Width: 48" kingpin center-to-center
- Not For Off-Road Race Use
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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