Strange Engineering has a new axle and spool package for popular muscle car read end choices. Developed with economical buyers in mind, the kit’s 35 spline axle is constructed of 1550 Modified Steel that’s been heat treated to increase torsional strength, making it more acclimated to the power and torque found in cars these days. Included in the kit is a lightweight pro race chromoly spool, c-clip eliminators or axle bearings, and your choice of either 1/2″ or 5/8″ studs.
Strange Engineering, the leader in driveline and suspension for over 50 years, has developed a budget minded axle and spool package for 8.8” Ford and 12 bolt Chevy rear ends. The 35 spline S-Series axles are forged from SAE 1550 Modified Steel and when combined with a deeper heat treat that increases torsional strength, the axles can reliably handle the power and torque of your Ford or GM. The package will also include a Strange lightweight pro race chrome moly spool, c-clip eliminators or axle bearings and choice of ½” or 5/8” studs. Packages start at $528.70.
1550 Modified Steel construction, heat treated to increase torsional strength
Available for Ford’s 8.8″ or Chevy’s 12-bolt systems
Includes lightweight pro race chromoly spool, c-clip eliminators or axle bearings, and choice of 1/2″ or 5/8″ studs