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Old 01-05-2013, 05:17 PM
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1970 f100 spindles

looking for aftermarket wheel spindles dor a 1970 f100. any idea where to find them?

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Are you looking to drop the front end? If so, I don't think anyone makes a dropped spindle, but several places make a dropped axle. DJM is one.
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Why are you needing them? Are to you trying to drop the front? Change to discs? Are they worn out?
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1970 f-100 spindles

Not looking to drop it. The spindle is worn so bad that the bearing races won't seat properly. I thought that while I've got the engine out it would be a good time to change the spindles but I can't find replacements anywhere near Joplin and I'm not about to buy used parts over the internet. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks
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66 to 72 are the same spindle. 73 to 79 fit in pairs. One of the yards out on 43 at black cat rd should have what you need.
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Yea, was hoping to avoid the whole junk yard thing, would rather pay more for new, but that's what I get for hanging on to this old truck. Now that I've got the Z finished I should have time to get this front end done right. Thanks for the input.
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I never thought something like this would be impossible to find! I wonder if a good Ford dealer could find something NOS?
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