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Competition Engineering 9510

Competition Engineering Axle Housing Ends Dana 60 Mopar

247-9510

Free Shipping Estimated to ship directly from the manufacturer on 01/29/19

$104.99
Competition Engineering Axle Housing Ends Dana 60 Mopar $104.99
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Axle Housing Ends
  • Dana 60 Mopar
  • 8-3/4"
  • 3/8" -24 Threaded
  • Nominal 2.875" Bearing Bore
  • Sold in pairs
  • Competition Engineering 9510 Details

    Axle Housing Ends

    NOTE: For use with aftermarket axles and bearings.

    Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    C9510
    Shipping Weight:
    3.3
    Package Height:
    5.8
    Package Depth:
    4.4
    Package Width:
    4.4

    Universal Race Style Axle Housings

    Competition Engineering Rear Axle Housings feature a Ford 9" center section, available in either chrome moly or mild steel. A one piece 1/4'' thick triangulated design offers increased strength and weight reduction compared to pieced-together housings. The faceplate is designed for press-in studs, item #247-9006.





    Features
  • Mild Steel Axle Tubes
  • TIG Welded Construction
  • Drain Plug, Filler Plug, and Breather Plug Included

  • Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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