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will 55 f100 spindles fit my '28 A axle?

please let me know. thanks.

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Not really ... they have a different kingpin angle also. If you got them on ... the wheels would have way to much camber.

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oh. thanks!
what are some spindles i should keep an eye out to fit my 28 A axle?
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You must be wanting to use the 55 F-100 brakes and wheel pattern
So what I did was to buy a aftermarket axle and a set of 42 to 48 Ford car spindles. Works together perfectly.

A stock 37 to 48 Ford axle will also work but be careful on the widths. The later ones are a good bit wider than your Model A axle.
Go here for a online tutorial on installing the F-100 brakes

http://www.flatheadv8.org/f1brakes1.htm

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