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Old 03-16-2008, 12:48 PM
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F1 hubs to 37to 41 spindles.

I have the formula for the 53-56 F100 hubs I need it for the f1 hubs which are shorter than the f100. Bearings ,races, seals, and any machine work. The f1 is on the left. Thank you in advance.
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Not very many use the F1 set up ... the 53 - 56 F100 set up is vastly better. They are of the later design Bendrix self energizing type. New parts like shoes and drums are easier to find also.

You can also adapt the 66 F-100 self adjusters to them very easy.

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Randy, I have used your f100 method to the letter, including the self adjusters I just came on some f1 hubs and was wondering about the spindle fitment. I agree that the 53-56 is a better method.
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Randy, I have used your f100 method to the letter, including the self adjusters
COOL ...

AS I understand it ... the outer bearing and race interchange ... do not know about the inner bearing and seal. The 53 to 56 F-100 stuff is so common around here ... no one I know messes with the F-1 stuff. Maybe I should investigate the F-1 switch ... for the sake of technical merit.

They are like the 40 -48 Ford passenger car stuff ... works OK ... but not as good as F-100. Little hard to adjust sometimes also.

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