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All you should need is a front beam, tie rods, and drag links with the accompanying hardware to build axles to your desired specs. If you are running USLMRA or ARMA, we recommend using one of our front axles built to the spec of those class rules.
Rear Steer Spindle is most commonly built for FX or Outlaw class race mower to use boxed frames and lower ride height than the more traditional Prepared-Style Chassis that require the use of a stock lawnmower chassis. The rear-steer means the tie rods are behind the rear of the front axle. This setup resembles a familiar go-kart steering system with two tie rods connecting to the steering shaft's pitman arm.
These spindles do not come ready for front brakes. To set them up for front brakes, you'll need to notch the spindle axes for a brake key. The axles are standard 5/8" and will use 5/8" front hubs.
Kit Items:4x 728 1/2" Heim Joint (Not Drilled)4x 50FNFJ0Z 1/2"-20 Jam Nut6x 50FNsJ0 1/2"-20 Slotted Jam Nut2X FCRP-4053 Aluminum Caster End Plates2x Steel Caster Back Plates2x 50F45HCS5Z 1/2"-20 x 4-1/2 Hex Bolt (Not Drilled)12X 4066 1/2" x .1541X 605 EC Rear Steer Spindles14X 2511 5/8" Spindle Spacers Radius2X 62FNSJ0 5/8"-18 Slotted Jam Nut8X 999-31 Large Cotter Reuseable Pins