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Alloy Axle Package - 35 Spline
Axles, Bearings, Ret Plates, & Studs

$489.00

Part Number: P3504

 
Alloy Axles are Optimized for Street & Track
Provides greater torsional strength while retaining flexibility

For Pure Drag Racing – P1008

Applications
• Chevy 12 bolt *
• Dana 60
• Ford 8.8 *
• Ford 9″ **
• Mopar 8 3/4″
• 1957-1964 Olds / Pontiac

* Requires Aftermarket 3.150″ Housing Ends
See axle packages with an eliminator kit for factory ends

** Requires 3.250″ Bore Aftermarket Case

Includes

Alloy AxlesA3500
• Forged from modified 1550 premium steel
• Majority of machining performed before heat treat
• Provides consistent material hardness
• Induction hardened to Rc 58-62
• Increases torsional strength while remaining ductile
• Finish machined after heat treat to ensure trueness
• Choice of bolt circle
• Forged in the USA
• Designed and machined by Strange Engineering

Choice of Axle Bearing
Limited to 3.150″ Housing Ends
All others will be a sealed ball bearing

Tapered BearingsA1013
• For 3.150″ housing ends
• Best option for extended use and high mileage
• Includes outer seals and locking collars

Ball BearingsA1021
• For 3.150″ housing ends
• Low friction bearing
• Life reduced during prolonged use
• External O-ring eliminates inner axle seal
• Includes locking collars

Strange Rear Brake Kits Require Ball Bearings
Caliper mount relief isn’t correct for tapered bearings

Retainer Plates
• Added to A1013 & A1021 bearings
• Plates are included with all other bearings

Choice of Press-in or Screw-in Wheel Studs
• Press-in 7/16″-20 studs – A3130
• Press-in 1/2″-20 studs – A3121 / A3151
• Screw-in 1/2″-20 studs 2″ long * – A1025
• Screw-in 1/2″-20 studs 3″ long * – A1026
• Screw-in M12-1.5 studs 50mm long * – A1035

* Length measured from underneath the hex of the stud

Labor Option
Install axle bearings – A1008R
Access hole or extra bolt circle – A1004
 

Description

To provide greater flexibility, Strange 35 spline alloy axles are CNC precision-machined from premium forged alloy steel and are induction hardened to resist bending loads. When axles are intended for use in street applications, this type of heat treatment is crucial to ensure a strong axle that can be safely utilized in this environment.

We Cut Before Heat Treatment, Not After.

We can not stress enough the importance that Strange Engineering does all of its machine work on the axle splines prior to heat treatment. This allows for consistent heat treat depth, leading to a stronger axle. Be aware that many companies heat-treat the materials before the splines are machined into the axle which causes them to have a shiny appearance.

Strange axles are manufactured with a large bearing area diameter (1.563-inch) for additional strength. To minimize stress concentration, the Strange axle shoulder is designed with an extra-large radius and utilizes an adaptive ring. As one side mates to the large radius.

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