Semi-Elliptical Straight Axle Kit for Chevy Spindle
Universal Fit, Straight Axle Front Suspension Type, Stock Height Suspension Height Adjustment
- Specially designed for use with Speedway 1949-54 Chevy-style passenger car spindles
- They are professionally engineered and made from plain steel
- Spring pads are adjustable on the axle for different frame widths
- Available in several axel widths or even a custom width to suit your project perfectly!
- The tube axles with welded ends have a 0.250" wall
If you are looking for that "up in the front" gasser look or just need a straight axle, weve got your deal! We can supply you a complete semi-elliptical straight axle front end kit with springs and hardware. Designed for use with Speedway 1949-54 Chevy-style passenger car spindles.
Gasser Build Info (PDF)
Plain steel, universal application, professionally engineered. The spring pads are adjustable on the axle for different frame widths (welding required). Choose axle length from kingpin to kingpin, or order a custom length.
- tube axle w/ welded ends (0.250" wall tubing)
- two axle pads and U-bolts
- two 1-3/4" spring shackles w/ nylon bushings
- two frame mounting brackets
- two 32" six-leaf springs
- all hardware
For custom width axle, specify length in comments section of shopping cart at checkout.
- Not For Off-Road Race Use
Tie Rod Length Needed (using flat plate steering arms):
- 44" Axle - 41.5" eye-to-eye link
- 46" Axle - 43.5" eye-to-eye link
- 48" Axle - 45.5" eye-to-eye link
- 50" Axle - 47.5" eye-to-eye link
- Spring Arch: 4-3/4"
- Total Leaves: 6 (each 1/4" thick)
- Spring Rate: 400 lbs/inch
- Axle Tube: 2.00" O.D.
916-3903 Instructions (PDF)
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