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Old 12-21-2011, 01:06 PM
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37-48 ford spindles disc part number help

i just bought a set of 37-48 ford spindles, and want to know the bearings part number, seal #, 4 1/2 bolt pattern rotor, etc that i can purchase at local parts store. Thanks guys!

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Unless the local store is Speedway Motors. Nowhere..

Those old spindle axle pins are too long for regular modern hubs.. They must be shortened on a lathe. Re tapered and re-threaded. Then the cotter hole drilled..

While having this done, cut for Ford Granada, Volare(4 1/2") or Chevy Malibu (4 3/4") bearing sizes.
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the spindles i bought are from speedway
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I have just bought the kit from speedway. There is a machined adapter for the inner bearing. This lets the hub mount without having to machine the spindle. The instructions and part #'s are on speedways web site.



http://www.speedwaymotors.com/Brake-...-B-P,4575.html
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so if i buy that i can purchase the rest at autozone?
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You can buy the disc brake adapter kit and get the hubs and bearing locally. Probably cheaper to get everything from Speedway.
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