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What is a full floater rear end?


A full floater axle is a double splined non-flanged axle shaft with splines on both ends. The rear housing end has hubs on the end where the bearings are installed and a drive flange where the studs are installed, not on the axles like a standard rear end. With this set up it takes pressure off of the axle bearing journal surface and the axle flange, giving you a much stronger axle.



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11th of July, 2011

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