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Old 03-18-2002, 11:23 AM
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hello guys !
a poor lonesome french guy bring back in paris on his back ( with a little help of a plane ) a pair of buick aluminium drums. how I can fit its on my 38 ford spindle ?
thanks for your help
pierre

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Hi Pierre,
The perfect answer for you lies with the purchase of the current Street Rodder Magazine.It tells you exactly what to do.
Good luck
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I'm doing simalar project, 28 A roadster p/u 41 spindles 60 buick drums. what hub, bearings, and brakes.
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here goes nuttin. remove hubs from buick drums, havd drums redrilled for 46-48(+-) drums, use same bearings as hubs. other stuff i learned :p 39-42 brakes will also do the trick, 46-48 self centering pads, better,(43-45, who knows) 49+? 3/4ton p/u beter still, self energizing. need to use 46-48 ford hubs, or 53-56 f-100 hubs(more compact?)as far as machaning goes, some hubs, flaten front surface(facing wheel) removelipby the cast iron liner... hope this helps everyone involved
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thanks a lot, I see clearly now and I probably be have brake one day ( soon )!!!
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