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Speedway Lower Rear Axle Radius Rod Mount Bracket, 5-3/4 Inch
Speedway Lower Rear Axle Radius Rod Mount Bracket, 5-3/4 Inch

Speedway Lower Rear Axle Radius Rod Mount Bracket, 5-3/4 Inch

Universal Fit, 5.75" Centerline of Holes

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Speedway Lower Rear Axle Radius Rod Mount Bracket, 5-3/4 Inch
Speedway Lower Rear Axle Radius Rod Mount Bracket, 5-3/4 Inch
Speedway Lower Rear Axle Radius Rod Mount Bracket, 5-3/4 Inch
Speedway Lower Rear Axle Radius Rod Mount Bracket, 5-3/4 Inch
Speedway Lower Rear Axle Radius Rod Mount Bracket, 5-3/4 Inch
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Speedway Lower Rear Axle Radius Rod Mount Bracket, 5-3/4 Inch
Speedway Lower Rear Axle Radius Rod Mount Bracket, 5-3/4 Inch
Speedway Lower Rear Axle Radius Rod Mount Bracket, 5-3/4 Inch
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  • All brackets are for 3" rear axle application
  • Premium 3/8" steel construction for superior strength and durability
  • 5-3/4" Center-to-center distance between holes
  • 3/8" Holes

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MFG. Part #:
91645009
Centerline of Holes:
5.75"

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All brackets are for 3" rear axle application.

Low Rear Axle Bracket
Mount radius rods lower than rear axle. 3/8" steel. 5-3/4" center-to-center distance between holes. 3/8" holes.

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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  • In this Tech Tip, John responds to a customer looking to upgrade the 8” stock differential in his Cougar to a 9” open diff.
  • A routine weekly maintenance checklist to perform between each race in order to keep a clean and efficient race car at the track.
  • We will show you the differences among traditional I-beam and tube axles and suspension designs used on hot rods; the differences between cross and traditional steering, measuring for springs, what spindles to choose, and much more.

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