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Spring Behind Front Tube Axle, Chevy Spindle, 4 Inch Drop, Chrome
Spring Behind Front Tube Axle, Chevy Spindle, 4 Inch Drop, Chrome

Spring Behind Front Tube Axle, Chevy Spindle, 4 Inch Drop, Chrome

Universal Fit, Chevy Spindle Type, 48.00" King Pin Centers, 4.00" Drop, Chrome, 2.00" Diameter

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Spring Behind Front Tube Axle, Chevy Spindle, 4 Inch Drop, Chrome
Spring Behind Front Tube Axle, Chevy Spindle, 4 Inch Drop, Chrome
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Spindle Type:
Chevy
King Pin Centers:
48.00"
Drop:
4.00"
Finish:
Chrome
MFG. Part #:
91335110
Diameter:
2.00"
Material Thickness:
.250"
Material Type:
Steel
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Speedway Double Dropped axles are constructed from 2" x .250" wall steel tubing. They feature welded-on radius rod and spring brackets and work with 1949-1954 Chevy style spindles.

  • Spring-behind axle design
  • 48" eye-to-eye
  • Use with 26" spring

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Specs

  • Axle Bracket Thickness:  3/8"
  • Axle Bracket Spacing:  5" eye to eye (outside holes)
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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