Sterling 10.25/10.5 Axle Truss

NV-AT-1025-01

Regular price $259.99
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Sterling 10.25/10.5 Axle Truss


The 2005 and newer Super Duty Sterling Rear axles (commonly found in Ford F-250 and F-350s) are a popular one ton swap for Jeeps.

This axle truss swap kit is built from a combination of 3/8" and 1/4" laser cut, CNC formed mild steel.

This product listing is the Sterling Rear Axle Truss only. Optional U-Bolt Eliminator Kit, and other brackets shown are not included and displayed for demonstration purposes only.

Welding should be done by a competent welder/shop. Some grinding may be required for best fit. Instructions for setting caster properly etc is e-mailed at the time of your order.

*Axle swaps may require use of wheel adapters or new wheels depending on the desired lug pattern for your vehicle*

*Rear Axle Truss Only -- you will need to source an axle housing of your own

Minor grinding may be required for satisfactory fitment prior to welding.

*PRODUCT SHIPS BARE METAL & UNWELDED*

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Gabriel Grohowsky

Would be nice if it had some tab cut out to lock in vertical sections to top of truss to help tie it in. Really good other wise and nice quality

Gabriel,

Thanks for giving our product and try -- and thank you even more for taking the time to leave an honest review. I'll get this forwarded over to our design team and see why those tabs were missing, and see if we can't improve the product going forward!

-Dan

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Quality is amazing, items fit perfectly. Couldn't be more happy; these are gonna help out a lot between the tons and LS1.

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