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BILLET STUB AXLE GROUP BUY: Only 3 more orders needed!!

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Hi Guys, Another update on the group buy that I am organizing for aircraft quality billet 2002 stub axles from the highly reputable Summers Brothers in Ontario, CA.

We now have 7 orders, including my own. This entitles us to the $550/pair price, a $200/pair savings over the regular price of $750/pair. HOWEVER, if we can get 3 more firm committments (for a total of 10 pairs), then we can get a further reduction to $475/pair. I'd really like to hold out for this price, so please step right up if you're interested and are agreed to follow through once signed on...

To recap, these are exact reproductions of 2002 stub axles, only they are machined from billets (read: indestructible) instead of cast like the OEM units. They are excellent insurance against a major fiasco in the event of stub axle failure and are a must for anyone pushing 170hp or more. They are also a bargain relative to the 2002 turbo stub axle upgrade (covered by Jay Jones in a fairly recent BIMMER Magazine article) or even the price of rebuying stock parts for that matter.

FYI, these stub axles will work with either a "regular" '02 or a tii and will work regardless of whether you have an '02 diff. or a 320 diff., 3:90 or 3:64, whatever. There has been some confusion, but the stub axles (unlike the output shafts) have nothing to do with the differential...this is the part that slides into the splined hub.

Give me a shout if you're interested...



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