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Speedway Micro-Sprint 52 Inch Splined Rear Axle
Speedway Micro-Sprint 52 Inch Splined Rear Axle

Speedway Micro-Sprint 52 Inch Splined Rear Axle

52" Overall Length, 27 Spline Count, Aluminum

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Speedway Micro-Sprint 52 Inch Splined Rear Axle
Speedway Micro-Sprint 52 Inch Splined Rear Axle
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Position:
Rear
Overall Length:
52"
Spline Count:
27
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Natural
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Each
Overall Diameter:
1.97"
Tube O.D.:
1.87"
Spline I.D.:
1.59"
Spline OD:
1.72"
Spline Length (Left):
17.25"
Spline Length (Right):
17.25"
Thread Length:
1.50"
Thread Pitch:
1-5/8"-8 LH
MFG. Part #:
9601200

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These 27-spline axles have RH thread on one end and LH on the other. Use with our bearing sleeves.

This axle is universal. With an abundance of splines on either side, both Jacobs ladder AND panhard cars can utilize this axle design. Right rear braking systems and inboard braking systems will work with this axle.

Specs

  • Threaded length of axle nut threads are 1-3/8" long
  • Left side spline length is approximately 17.25"
  • Right side spline length is approximately 17.25"
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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