Winters Performance 6661-02HT Torque Tube, Teflon Coated
27.75" Overall Length, 3.00" Tube O.D., Aluminum
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This sprint racing Winters aluminum torque tube features an aluminum collar and a 3" diameter tube. Assembly is 28" in length from mount face to the end of the tube. Must be cut to desired length. Winter's torque tube now Teflon coated. Helps keep the bind out of the drive line.
- Aluminum collar
- 3" diameter tube
- 28" in length
- Teflon coated
- Helps keep the bind out of the drive line
Note: Driveline components should be matched by brand to ensure correct fit and function.
Torque Tube Speedy Tip:
To keep unwanted liquid and debris from collecting in the tube, drill a 1/4" hole in the base of the collar just ahead of the flange. Ensure this hole faces the ground when the tube is bolted to the rear end.
An easy way to determine if your torque tube is bent or improperly aligned is to place the rear end on squaring blocks and unbolt the torque tube. Rotate the tube two holes and reconnect. If the ball tightens or frees up its ability to rotate due to your new placement of the tube, the tube may be bent.
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