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Garage Sale - Magnum Axle 2802-2.25 1928-34 Ford 4 Inch Dropped Tube Axle, 46 Inch
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This is Garage Sale priced because the assembly welds look rough, see photos for detail.
46" King Pin Center
34-3/8" Perch Center
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