Pro Iron Case with 35-Spline Spool
Please Note: This unit will not work with Mark Williams axles.
The Strange Pro Iron case is cast from premium nodular iron and manufactured by Strange Engineering in the USA. The Pro Iron nodular iron case with chrome-moly caps has additional material in all critical areas, allowing for the case to withstand the most abusive applications. The Strange S-Series spool provides a lightweight and rigid mounting surface for decreased ring gear deflection. This case should be used for applications exceeding 750 HP. The PRO Gear used in this setup is made from high-impact 9310 steel. Spools and Pro Gear Sets are for drag racing only. Center sections are ready to install and ship with 2-piece transport case. These kits feature:
- Strange Premium Nodular Iron Pro Case (made in USA)
- Reinforced in all Critical Areas Through Superior Design and Material
- Premium Chrome-Moly Bearing Caps
- Strange Forged Aluminum Drag Racing Pinion Support
- Chrome-Moly 1350 Series Pinion Yoke
- 35-Spline (Strange) S-Series Spool
- Timken Bearings and National Seals
- For Drag Racing Applications Exceeding 750 HP
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