XRAY XB808 Alu 5° King-Pin Steering Blocks

XRAY XB808 Alu 5° King-Pin Steering Blocks

Authentic XRAY alu steering blocks with 5° kingpin for XB808 are CNC-machined from premium Swiss 7075 T6 aluminum, hardcoated for extra durability and long life. New king pin steering blocks are made in 5 degrees of incilination which increases incorner steering. Recommended for technical tracks where in corner steering is needed. This new steering blocks are 1mm more narrow which helps increase the steering. Using the standard wheel hexes the offset is -1mm compare to old steering blocks with standard wheel hexes. Ultra-strong construction provides very long life and durability in even the most extreme racing conditions.

Smart XRAY engineering includes use of composite bushings to secure ball-bearings in both sides of the steering block, allowing perfect fitment and smooth operation to ultimately impart much higher lifetime compared to bearings installed directly into aluminum steering blocks.

Precision machined with highest tolerances using premium fully-automatic German CNC-machines. High-quality hardcoating is done at XRAY’s own in-house fully-robotic hardcoating line, ensuring a perfect hardcoated surface every time. Laser-engraved with the XRAY registered logo for authenticity, and R symbol for quick and easy identification.

  • 5° kingpin
  • increases in-corner steering
  • 1mm narrower
  • premium Swiss 7075 T6
  • precision machined & hardcoated
  • ultra-strong construction
  • long life & durability
  • composite bushings
  • perfect ball-bearing fitment & smooth operation
  • laser-engraved XRAY logo and “R” or “L” for quick and easy identification
  • #352267 left-side / #352257 right-side

#352257 XB808 Alu 5° King-Pin Steering Block Right – Swiss 7075 T6
#352267 XB808 Alu 5° King-Pin Steering Block Left – Swiss 7075 T6
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Updated: May 12, 2011 — 11:54 AM
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