Speedway Weld-On Spring Pad for 3 Inch Axle Tube
Universal Fit, 5.875" Overall Length, 2.5625" Overall Width, .6875" Hole Diameter, Steel
- These weld-on leaf spring pads fit 3" diameter axle tubes which are common on 9" Ford rear ends as well as others
- Works with all 2-1/2" wide leaf springs
- 11/16" ID centering pin hole ensures a safe installation
- Works perfect for designing your own custom leaf spring suspension system
Rebuilding a rusty rear end housing or designing your own custom rear suspension system? We have you covered with all the right parts to complete your favorite projects!
- Weld-on, universal leaf spring pads
- Fit 3" diameter axle tubes
- Designed for 2-1/2" wide leaf springs
- Black painted steel construction
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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