Stainless Front Tube Axle w/ Perch Bolt Holes, Chevy Spindle
Universal Fit, Chevy/GM Stock Spindle Style, Solid Tube Straight Axle Style, Dropped Axle
- Features a one-piece design featuring precision welded ends and perch bolt holes
- The axle is formed from high strength 2" x .250" wall steel tubing
- Specially designed for use with the 1949-1954 Chevy-style spindles
- Will lower the vehicle a total of 3" compared to stock
- Made from durable stainless steel with a beautiful polished design
Speedway 3" drop tube axles are a one-piece design featuring precision welded ends and perch bolt holes. Axle is formed from high strength 2" x .250" wall steel tubing. Use with 1949-1954 Chevy-style spindles.
Item Details48" king pin centers, 37" perch centers
- Due to the design of this axle, batwings 916-35000 will NOT work without significant grinding on the edge of the bracket.
- King Pin Center-to-Center: 48"
- Spring Perch Center-to-Center: 37"
- Spring Perch Hole O.D.: 1"
- Spring Perch Hole I.D.: 11/16"
- Spring Perch Hole Length: 2-1/4"
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Q & A
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