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09-02-2007 08:10 AM
oldguy829
re: dropped spindles

FWIW. You didn't mention the application, but, I just got a pair of 65 - 70 chevy dropped spindles from CPP (Classic performaqnce Products), very impressive. beefy enough to support a tank. $239.00 alone. They came in a kit that included disc conversion brackets, rotors, calipers, bearings, seals, nuts, washers, cotter pins, dust caps, flex hoses, both 7/16ths and 1/2 inch mounting bolts for the steering arms. I didn't need a single extra piece. (bearings were prepacked) The kit was $499.00. First kit I've ordered that I didn't have a single problem with.
I'm always hunting a bargain, but I draw the line on brakes and steering.
09-02-2007 07:40 AM
powerrodsmike I see chinese importer written all over that website...

When I see wordings like these, it's a dead giveaway

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Chevy Bearing Kit For Spindle Contain Of 4-bearing, 2-seal, 2-dust Cover, 2-washer, 2-nut, 2-pin Application
That's the kind of description that got crossed up in a chinese to english translation.

Look at the headers, they call the collecter gaskets "collections" gaskets.

On the linear actuator page they say that their actuators have a "self-locing" rating of 800n..What is 'self-locing"? And what is "N"? Newtons?

I see no listed prices, a search for "Wysco" turns up places like jegs, and JC whitney selling their parts as "economy parts,, and they are also involved in the pocket bike imports..

Like this one here..

At least they straightened it out,, it only took a little persuasion from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.



I'd steer clear of that place.

later, mikey
09-02-2007 07:09 AM
Cape Cod Bob
dropped spindles

Has anyone ever heard of wysco performance? H ave a chance to buy their dropped spindles off craigs list at (Ithink )a good price.Was wondering if these spindles were goining to bend or not. can't get any info cause of the holiday from wysco. and could not find info on their site.** CRAIGSLIST ADVISORY --- AVOID SCAMS BY DEALING LOCALLY


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