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12 x 2 Brake Drum for Bendix Style 1937-48 Ford Brakes
12 x 2 Brake Drum for Bendix Style 1937-48 Ford Brakes

12 x 2 Brake Drum for Bendix Style 1937-48 Ford Brakes

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12 x 2 Brake Drum for Bendix Style 1937-48 Ford Brakes
12 x 2 Brake Drum for Bendix Style 1937-48 Ford Brakes
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Overall Diameter:
13.63"
Outside Diameter:
12.70"
Inside Diameter:
12.00"
Overall Width:
3.812"
Flange Diameter:
3.26"
Bolt Pattern:
5 on 5.5"
Material Type:
Iron
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We offer these new iron 12" x 2" brake drums with a 5 on 5-1/2" bolt circle, which are impossible to find elsewhere. Use this brake drum with our Bendix Style self-energizing 12" x 1-3/4" or 12" x 2" backing plate assemblies for 1937-1948 Ford.

Item Details

For use with 910-65410, 910-65420,
910-65430 & 910-65440

Notes

The friction surface goes all the way to the edge. The surface is chamfered but the shoe surface is to the edge. Hub I.D. is 3.25" Mounting face is 7.88" O.D. Drop from face is 1.40"
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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