i was looking around google for a front axle for my truck. i'm going for a gasser look and i found this forum and the shakey puddin thread. http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=230636 i'm looking for some info on the axle he used.... " As you all know, a common question here on the HAMB is what axle to use for a gasser. The Speedway and MAS axles seem to be popular. Most of the serious racers I talked to advised against a mild steel axle on a heavy tri 5 Chevy. Especially one that may wheel stand. I've heard many say that they can and do BEND. An east coast gasser racer gave me the number for Jim Tinsmith (Tinny) from PA. After a few conversations with Tinny, I was sold on his Chromoly axle. Jim is a long time racer and fabricator. He said they come 53" king pin to king pin. 2" O.D, quarter wall, and zero drop. After seeing the Speedway axles and how narrow they were, I'm glad I bought the axle from Jim. Here it is with Chassis Engineering spindles and Wilwood brakes: I have another buddy who got me a wholesale price from Wilwood so I stepped up and got the drilled rotors and polished calipers. They fit the early Ford spindles. They spindles are forged pieces from Chassis Engineering. I wanted the strongest stuff possible since I knew my car would be driven hard."