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M&W Sprint Axle, 8/12 Degree, Black, 2-1/2 x 52 Inch
M&W Sprint Axle, 8/12 Degree, Black, 2-1/2 x 52 Inch

M&W Sprint Axle, 8/12 Degree, Black, 2-1/2 x 52 Inch

Sprint Car, 52" King Pin Centers, 8 Degree / 12 Degree King Pin Inclination, 2-1/2" Diameter

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M&W Sprint Axle, 8/12 Degree, Black, 2-1/2 x 52 Inch
M&W Sprint Axle, 8/12 Degree, Black, 2-1/2 x 52 Inch
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King Pin Centers:
52"
MFG. Part #:
FA250-52BK
King Pin Inclination:
8 Degree / 12 Degree
Diameter:
2-1/2"
Material Thickness:
.095"
Material Type:
Chromoly
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Hand crafted front axles are constructed of 2-1/2" diameter, .095" wall 4130 chromoly steel for durability and longevity. Has an 8° left /12° right kingpin inclination.
  • Now available in black
  • 4130 chromoly construction
  • Direct replacement for all popular brand of chassis
  • Reamed for correct kingpin fit
  • .095 wall
  • 52 inch long
  • 8 degree kingpin inclination on the left and 12 degree on the right
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