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Old 01-03-2010, 11:46 AM
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Mustang 11 / Pinto Spindles and Hubs

I am working on up-dating front suspension or 1964 Griffith 200 sportscar, approx 300 made in New Jersey in early/mid 60's.
I am looking to change the front spindles from Triumph Spitfire which uses Trunions and is a weak set-up for anything over 260bhp and as my new engine Ford 331cid will have approx 550bhp & 450+ft/lbs the Spindles are just not up to the job.
Looking for information on Mustang 11 spindles I found the Hotrodders website
on which I found dimensions of these spindles by being directed to the Wilwood section for there ProSpindle Assembles, Very helpful.
Can anyone recommend a suitable Billet Hub Assembly, I will most likely be using Wilwood brakes with 12.19" rotors. I need 4 x 4" lug (as I have 16+ of this size wheel) so far I have found Speedway Engineering as a manufacturer, but is there anyone else I could use ?.
One further question has anyone ever change from Triumph Spitfire/GT6 spindles to using the Mustang 11 / Pinto Spindles if so how did you get on ?
Dickie

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wow. nice cars, i had to google the car.

i did find this too
''The immense power, short wheelbase and light weight of the cars allegedly made them difficult to handle''

difficult to handle = fun to drive
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Try this . Claim to be the best and I thiunk made here .
http://www.rjays.com/Heidts/hei-m2complete-pkg-01.htm
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Hubs

I had a reply to my question regarding hubs and I was given a site (ecihotrodbrakes.com) They have what I need and I am sure they have what you need also. Good luck with the Griffith Nice car. I am looking for big tube headers for our Mustang II 1977 Cannot find same.
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