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Eagle Motorsports® Micro Front Axle, 41-1/2
Eagle Motorsports® Micro Front Axle, 41-1/2

Eagle Motorsports® Micro Front Axle, 41-1/2

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Eagle Motorsports® Micro Front Axle, 41-1/2
Eagle Motorsports® Micro Front Axle, 41-1/2
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This is garage sale priced because it has been discontinued.

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Eagle Motorsports® mini/micro sprint car front axle

  • 4130 steel construction
  • Axle diameter: 1-3/4"
  • Axle wall thickness: .095"
  • Length: 41.50" center of king pin boss to center of king pin boss
  • Threaded 3/8" stud panhard mount
  • Threaded shock mounts

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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