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Old 09-14-2005, 02:12 PM
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Rearend and front spindle

I have a rearend and front spindles from what I was told were from a Lincoln Versi, I dont know the year, so I would like to know how to fined the year and would the front spindles fit to a Pinto IFS suspension?

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The rear end should have disc brakes and the fronts should be also.

They should be the common 5 on 4.5 wheel pattern. Some Bigger Lincolns had the disc too but the heel pattern is larger also.

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Thanks for the info. Yes they do come with disk braks front and back, Im planing to istall this puppy on my 1929 pickup truck, also would you know if the front spindles would bolt on to a pinto IFS front end Im not sure on the year of the pinto? Thanks again hope to hear from you soon.
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You may already know this, and I may be wrong, but isn't the Lincoln Versi essentially a Granada?
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You may already know this, and I may be wrong, but isn't the Lincoln Versi essentially a Granada?
Yep it is, but the Versailles has bigger ball joint studs than its siblings. Nope the spindles don't work well on MII geometry.
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Thanks for the info. we'll keep in touch.
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