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07-27-2015 09:35 PM
papawfalcon Sam Thanks for the timken. Matt I am looking to go to discs. The '62 Falcon has a smaller spindles than a say '66 Mustang. I am looking to use 5 lug on the front. I have Granada spindles but some people say they cause bump steer. The problem is the bearings I would like to use has a wide distance between O.D and I.D. ( So I don't think they are made)I am also thinking about having a sleeve made to fit on the spindle but not sure what it would cost? The hub for the falcon is square and can not be redrilled.Thanks for your help guys!
07-27-2015 04:55 AM
matts37chev So are you trying to convert it to discs?
07-26-2015 09:38 PM
OneMoreTime here is the Timken bearing chart..

http://www.timken.com/en-us/products...tion_Guide.pdf

Almost 500 pages...Good luck..

Sam
07-26-2015 08:48 PM
papawfalcon
Wheel Bearing ?

I'm looking for a wheel bearing chart to find a wheel bearing by size. I have looked at several bearing sizes but none will fit. I have a '62 Ranchero and there is a long list of options to go from 4 lug to 5 lug front suspension. The idea of going to a company that sells adaptable rotors and hubs is expensive and I don't see any replacement parts. Maybe I crazy ,but I like to think out side the box.

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