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Sold/Expired Spidertrax Rear Axle (Brand New)

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RocYJ

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3.5” Pro Series (chromoly and heat treated)
Full width (69.5 WMS)
Centered pinion location
Spidertrax full floater ends tig welded on
Spidertrax threaded fill plug tig welded with Spidertrax threaded cap.
4130 Spidertrax skid plate tig welded to the bottom of the center section.

All welding done by the pros at Spidertrax.

Axle is brand new with bare tubes. Going another direction with my build.

$1800

I’m located in Birmingham, I travel between Alabama and South Carolina often. Willing to deliver halfway if youre in the southeast.
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Markrobinson

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3.5” Pro Series (chromoly and heat treated)
Full width (69.5 WMS)
Centered pinion location
Spidertrax full floater ends tig welded on
Spidertrax threaded fill plug tig welded with Spidertrax threaded cap.
4130 Spidertrax skid plate tig welded to the bottom of the center section.

All welding done by the pros at Spidertrax.

Axle is brand new with bare tubes. Going another direction with my build.

$1800

I’m located in Birmingham, I travel between Alabama and South Carolina often. Willing to deliver halfway if youre in the southeast.
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Do those ends take 99-04 UBs? I know they used to use those before they switched to their own in house built ones
 

Waffle

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My 5yr old house built Spidertrax hubs will swap with the 99-04 UB's. Found out by accident when I was trying to source the o-ring that wasn't provided. They have a 3rd generation out now that can be rebuilt without sending them in, but no idea if those are the same as well.

My Q is, is this the older Spidertrax housing that ONLY fits 9" gears or the second generation that fits 10" as well?
 

RocYJ

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Do those ends take 99-04 UBs? I know they used to use those before they switched to their own in house built ones
The housing has their “3.5” ultimate full floater ends.” The ends are built around 04 unit bearing dimensions. I dont see why they wouldnt work. The Spidertrax unit bearings carry the advantage of having a chromoly construction, the elimationn of a drive slug, and are 100% rebuildable.

There are two versions of Spidertrax unit bearing cups offered. The ultimate floater end, which is based off the 04 unit bearings and the Spidertrax pro series floater end which is based off the 05+ unit bearings.
 

RocYJ

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They have a 3rd generation out now that can be rebuilt without sending them in, but no idea if those are the same as well.
I dont think anything changed exepct it’s rebuildable now.
 

RocYJ

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My Q is, is this the older Spidertrax housing that ONLY fits 9" gears or the second generation that fits 10" as well?
It’s their latest generation, ordered and built in 2020. All their housing are now machined to accept 9”, 9.5” and 10” inch gears as seen in the 2nd and 4th photo. Even the true 10” third from TubeWorks(soon to be released) will fit without issue.
 
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