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Speedway Sprint Car Front Axle, 50 In. Wide, 2-1/4 x .120
Speedway Sprint Car Front Axle, 50 In. Wide, 2-1/4 x .120

Speedway Sprint Car Front Axle, 50 In. Wide, 2-1/4 x .120

Sprint Car, 50.00" King Pin Centers, Natural, 10 Degree / 10 Degree King Pin Inclination

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Speedway Sprint Car Front Axle, 50 In. Wide, 2-1/4 x .120
Speedway Sprint Car Front Axle, 50 In. Wide, 2-1/4 x .120
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King Pin Centers:
50.00"
Finish:
Natural
MFG. Part #:
916350-50
King Pin Inclination:
10 Degree / 10 Degree
Diameter:
2-1/4"
Material Thickness:
.120"
Material Type:
Chromoly
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Each
Notes:
Has 10 deg. kingpin inclination on both sides.

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We offer you the choice of these 4130 chromoly Sprint axles which are replacements for Maxim, J&J, Eagle, and many other chassis. These axles are no longer chrome or nickel plated, available in a plain steel finish. Speedway axles are all reamed for correct kingpin fit.

The 2-1/4" x .120 wall axle is available on 50" with 1-1/2" offset and has 10° kingpin inclination on both sides.

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