4 Inch Narrowed Beam AC401038 > T2 Split 1954-1967

4 Inch Narrowed Beam
4 Inch Narrowed Beam 4 Inch Narrowed Beam

4 Inch Narrowed Beam > T2 Split 1954-1967

Product of Great Britain

Part Code: AC401038


Availability: Only 1 remaining



4 Inch narrowed beam finished in satin black powdercoat. This will fit both left and right hand drive.

Each beam is produced from CDS (Cold Drawn Steel) Seamless tubing, then turned to length, each adjuster slot is then milled into the tubing along with the 4x grease points. Next to fit are the custom Xero adjusters in place which give over 6'' of adjustment travel. These adjusters are set in place in such a way as to achieve maximum drop and still give a great range of upper adjustment on nearly all configurations.

Next they are laser cut 8mm steel into beautifully designed end plates.

For the final step in the metal core assembly process, they are precision load the components into the robot welding cell, at this point fitted is the pre-fabriacted steering pin and stop assembly to the lower tube.

Now the core is built installed is a uniquely designed grease cavity / Delrin bushings system. This configuration allows the use of Delrin bushes which have great low wearing properties and will not damage your trailing arms over time, they also do not squeak like Urethane. Finally this also allows you to run factory grease seals keeping your grease in the beam, where it should be.


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T2 Split 1954-1967

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Can you tell me when will have stock also do you have a photo and what parts do I need use from my old beam drop spindles? Etc
Question by: Clem on 30 Jan 2018 15:39:00
Hi, this narrowed beam is bare except for trailing arm bushes and adjusters.
You will need to fit all the other suspension components from your old beam.
Currently we have one left in stock.
Answer by: Max Ayling (Admin) on 30 Jan 2018 16:40:00
Hi, I'm after a bj beam for a 60 t2. I assume this setup is for linkpin?
Do you do a ball joint option.
Question by: Larry on 28 May 2018 05:53:00
You require #AC401033
Answer by: Ben Pascoe (Admin) on 29 May 2018 09:54:00