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Winters Performance 5778L Quickchange Aluminum Axle, Lightweight
Winters Performance 5778L Quickchange Aluminum Axle, Lightweight

Winters Performance 5778L Quickchange Aluminum Axle, Lightweight

Winters Pro Eliminator, Winters Ultimate Pro, Single Shaft Axle Type, 62.88" Overall Length

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Winters Performance 5778L Quickchange Aluminum Axle, Lightweight
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Position:
Rear
Axle Type:
Single Shaft
Overall Length:
62.88"
Spline Count:
42
Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Anodized
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Weight:
24.75 lbs.
MFG. Part #:
5778L
Notes:
1.88" Inside Diameter

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Bent or broken rear axles? Speedway carries Winters standard 1.875" I.D. replacement axles that will work for Winters rear ends only.

  • Hub Spline: 42
  • Brake Mount Spline: 46
  • Bore: 1.88"
  • Splined Bearing Shoulder: Yes

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