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is there a ford rear drum 10 by 2 inch, for a 70mm spigot, rather than the 62mm

sorry for the metricness, but my micrometer only does deciamal imperialism, and i cant get it.

some how I have small bearing shafts/bearings, but with the larger register - 10 by 2''
looking at the 10 by 2 drums it seems the 62 mm bore has a feathered edge to register it
-did they ever come with the larger bore, but small bearing offset?

go i need to find back plates for small bearings but larger drum?
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Not to be condescending by asking, just never heard the term spigot used to describe anything on the car. What is it called , any other name?
I know the hood is refered to as the "bonnet" . It is really pretty neat to hear the differences in speach and terminology from across the pond. Please enlighten me.
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i think

you call it a register?
-but thats a till or a casheirs machine.

i think its refered to as a spigot, as the drum 'kind of' wedge mates? itself centric?

like banging in a tap in a cask of ale?

hense i don't think i want to open the hole of the smaller 'nodular iron'? brake drum, as they have the feathered edge,
plus I don't want to maching the shaft as they are too hard, plus i will eat into the holes and it might bust out.
plus i gave a set of shafts to a machinist and he broke his bit and won't do them no more.

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register= dimensions ? right?OR are you asking about the hole in the center of the drum as the register? (centers the drum on the axle flange)
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ok

i need a 66 mustang drum with a bigger centre hole
62 -70 mm
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So you are wanting a different size brake drum, because the center of the one you have is to small to fit on the axle properly correct. That looks like a ford axle possibly a 31 spline if so you should be able to find the proper drum if in fact that's what you are needing.



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maybe a drum for a fairlane would suffice.they came with a few different brake options depending on what engine was used.
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you could machine it out too. seems like that would be an easy solution if you allready own the drums.
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yes

yes instead of buying new drums and machining them to fit
-i just want to buy ones that will fit
-i need small bearing brakes
small bearing back - plates i have
for 10 by 2 inch drums
-not the 11 inch drums the axle =with the 2 circles either side require
-do they exist?

what car do they come from? please

the shafts i have are oem resplined 28 splined shafts, they do - i beleive, have the 10 by 2 offset - to flange face.
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I can't post a pic on this computer, is it a 9 inch housing and how big is the hole in the drums you have now ?
I am sorry you already said you had 62mm needing 70mm correct.
62mm=2.4409 and 70mm=2.7559 in inches.
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If you really don't want to machine the centers out, Your best option is to do as latech said and check some fairlane and mustang parts places and see what they can come up with. IMHO



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you could also machine the axle pilot diameter to the 62 millimeters to fit the drums that are readily available.I know its not what you probably want to hear but it would work and would facilitate procurement of drums off the shelf as they are a pretty common size.
You might check drums for a fairlane as suggested, also keep in mind that a farilane wagon had a different size than a sedan or coupe.6 cylinder cars had different sizes than 8 cylinder cars also. drums for a v 8 fairlane wagon may have what you want.
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I agree before i went on a long search i would do some machine work.
62mm=2.4409 and 70mm=2.7559 in inches.



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I did go to advance website and they did show a set of 10 x 2 brake shoes for a fairlane wagon 200 cubic inch engine, and one thing it said was
"for 10 inch drum without flared pilot"
Sounds like a good possibility.
nobler you may get some info at www.advancedautoparts.com
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aha

maybe then, my half shaft doesn't need a drum with the flare on the pilot?

and i can simply spin some easy to find drums open.
thats easy.
i shall get some finned ones then!!
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