Speedway Forged 4 Inch Drop I-Beam Front Axle, Plain
Universal Fit, Ford Stock Spindle Style, Solid I-Beam Straight Axle Style, 47" King Pin Centers
- Accepts stock or reproduction '37-'48 Ford spindles
- Keeps your wheels inside the fenders
- Allows for a lower ride height with adequate tire clearance
- Features 4 inch drop and is designed as a replacement Ford front axle
- Sized by original mount specs, making conversion easy
- 1-piece forged steel design
- Axle forging is ground smooth and bead blasted for a superior finish
- 4" drop
- 47" wide (king pin centers)
- Accepts stock '37-'48 Ford spindles or Speedway Ford-style reproduction spindles
- 34" spring perch centers
- Use with 29" cross spring
- 2-1/4" tall wishbone boss
Note: In order to use this axle with 2 inch wishbones, you will need to machine the inside of your wishbones and/or the axle for them to work together. The spring perch bosses on stock Model A wishbones are 2-1/4 inches, as are '37-and-later Fords, but '32-36 Ford wishbones come in at 2 inches.
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