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EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Rear Axle, Black Anodized
EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Rear Axle, Black Anodized

EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Rear Axle, Black Anodized

Single Shaft Axle Type, 52.5" Overall Length, 31 Spline Count, Splined Bolt Pattern, Aluminum

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EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Rear Axle, Black Anodized
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EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Rear Axle, Black Anodized
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EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Rear Axle, Black Anodized
EMi Henchcraft® Mini Sprint Rear Axle, Black Anodized
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  • 31-spline
  • Fits standard midget wheels
  • Perfect for mini/lightning sprint applications

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Position:
Rear
Axle Type:
Single Shaft
Overall Length:
52.5"
Spline Count:
31
Bolt Pattern:
Splined
Spline Type:
Mini Sprint
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Anodized
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Tube O.D.:
2.00"
Spline OD:
1.982"
Spline Length (Left):
13.5"
Spline Length (Right):
11"
Thread Pitch:
1-7/8-8 LEFT HAND, RIGHT HAND
MFG. Part #:
9701253
Notes:
NUTS 8026799-LH 8026799-RH

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This Micro/Mini Sprint torsion bar front axle from Henchcraft® is a quality addition to your race car.

    • 52.5" length
    • 1-3/4" diameter
    • Standoff for axle mount steering

 

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  • In this Tech Tip, John responds to a customer looking to upgrade the 8” stock differential in his Cougar to a 9” open diff.
  • A routine weekly maintenance checklist to perform between each race in order to keep a clean and efficient race car at the track.
  • We will show you the differences among traditional I-beam and tube axles and suspension designs used on hot rods; the differences between cross and traditional steering, measuring for springs, what spindles to choose, and much more.

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