Spring Behind Front Tube Axle, Chevy Spindle, 6 Inch Drop, Plain
Universal Fit, Chevy/GM Stock Spindle Style, Solid Tube Straight Axle Style, Dropped Axle
- This 6" dropped tube axle is perfect for your spring behind front end on your hot rod build
- Accepts 1949 to 1954 Chevy spindles which have a wide selection of brake kits and wheel bolt patterns available
- Constructed from 2" diameter .250" wall thickness premium steel tubing for outstanding strength
- Mounts for radius rods and the spring come welded to the axle for your convenience
- 48" kingpin centers and is designed for use with a 26" spring
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
Leaf Spring Measuring Guide (Link)
- Axle Bracket Thickness: 3/8"
- Axle Bracket Spacing: 5" eye to eye (outside holes)
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Q & A
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