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Eagle Motorsports® Midget Front Axle
Eagle Motorsports® Midget Front Axle

Eagle Motorsports® Midget Front Axle

Micro Sprint, Midget, Mini Sprint, Natural, Steel

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Eagle Motorsports® Midget Front Axle
Eagle Motorsports® Midget Front Axle
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Finish:
Natural
Material Type:
Steel
King Pin Centers:
44"
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We offer you the choice of these 4130 chromoly Sprint axles which are replacements for Eagle Motorsports®, Spike or other popular midget chassis. These axles are available in a plain steel finish and are all reamed for correct kingpin fit.

  • 44"
  • Works with any chassis
  • 8° LF \ 10° RF Camber
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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  • Speedway Motors employees are committed to helping customers, as well as working on their own projects during down time. Follow along as our employee, Zach, rebuilds a 10 Bolt.

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