Speedway Heavy Duty Gasser Straight Axles, Ford Spindle
Universal Fit, Ford Custom Spindle Style, Solid Tube Straight Axle Style, 2" Tube O.D., Natural
- Specially designed to fit the modified 1928-1948 Ford spindles
- They are 28% stronger, 19% stiffer, and 28% heavier
- Has a .375” wall thickness, and is made from 1026 DOM steel tubing (std axle is .25” wall)
- The 28% improvement in strength will give you the added insurance that when the light turns green you can hang your hoops without worry
- Highly recommended for off-road / drag race applications
One for show, One for go. Speedway brings to market a heavier duty application of their popular gasser axle selection. When your gasser tribute car has gotten a bit out of hand on your ¼ mile slips, you may want the added assurance that a stronger 3/8” thick wall axle provides. Available in 44, 46, 48, 50 and Custom inch widths for Ford spindles. A 28% improvement in strength will give you the added insurance that when the light turns green you can hang your hoops without worry.
- Fits modified 1928-1948 Ford spindles, 91032104
- 28% stronger, 19% stiffer, 28% heavier
- .375” wall thickness, 1026 DOM steel tubing (std axle is .25” wall)
- Recommended for off-road / drag race applications
- No drop, straight axles only available
*Note- the 50 Inch axle is 7.65 lbs heavier than a standard axle.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Q & A
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