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Sprint Car Axle King Pin Reamer with Pilot
Sprint Car Axle King Pin Reamer with Pilot

Sprint Car Axle King Pin Reamer with Pilot

Steel, .75" Shank Diameter, .85" Overall Diameter, .75" Outside Diameter

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Sprint Car Axle King Pin Reamer with Pilot
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  • Now with .859" kingpins
  • 1 1/2" long pilot cobalt steel for extra-long life
  • Reams to .860", 3/4" O.D.

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MFG. Part #:
940860
Notes:
For .859 king pins. Reams to .860
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Each
Material Type:
Steel
Shank Diameter:
.75"
Overall Diameter:
.85"
Outside Diameter:
.75"

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Sprint axle reamer for .859" king pins. Reams to .860". Has a 3/4" long pilot. Made from cobalt steel for extra long life.

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  • Learn the proper method of blocking a race car in this step-by-step procedure to follow when performing this task. Learn why consistency is important and a few "not-to-do's".
  • Jason Martin explains how to square the front end of a sprint car. He walks through the step by step process of squaring the front axle, adjusting the radius rods and setting the side to side. Check it out!
  • Learn how to assemble the front axle of a sprint car. See what tools are needed for assembly including an angle finder gauge tool and king pin reamer.
  • Our hot rod expert takes you through his ford I beam axle setup. Follow as he sets up the front end on his split wishbone front suspension Model A.

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