Magnum Axle 2870 1942-48 Ford 4 Inch Dropped I-Beam Axle
Solid I-Beam Straight Axle Style, 50" King Pin Centers, Dropped Axle, Natural, Iron
- Designed to work with 1937-1948 Ford spindles
- Will provide a 4" drop in ride height over stock
- Axles feature a one-piece design cast from high-strength 65-45-12 annealed ductile iron
- For use in conjunction with the 1942-48 Ford wishbones utilizing the 2-3/8" dimension
- Kingpin centers measure a total of 50" apart
Fits 1942-1948 Ford passenger cars and works with a stock length spring. These 4" dropped axles accept 1937-48 Ford spindles and have 2-3/8" axle bosses for use in conjunction with the 1942-48 Ford wishbones utilizing the 2-3/8" dimension. As such, they are not applicable to the 2-1/4" batwings used for the 4-bar or radius rod type suspension. I-beam axles feature a one-piece design cast from high-strength 65-45-12 annealed ductile iron.
Axle measures 50" between kingpins and 40-5⁄8" wide between perch bolt center. Plain finish.
Item Details50-3/8" king pin centers
40-5/8" perch centers
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