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Axle Bearing Retainer, Big Ford New Style Axle Application
Axle Bearing Retainer, Big Ford New Style Axle Application

Axle Bearing Retainer, Big Ford New Style Axle Application

Steel, Zinc Plated

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Axle Bearing Retainer, Big Ford New Style Axle Application
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Axle Bearing Retainer, Big Ford New Style Axle Application
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Axle Bearing Retainer, Big Ford New Style Axle Application
Axle Bearing Retainer, Big Ford New Style Axle Application
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  • Axle bearing retainer for New Big Ford (Torino) housing
  • Zinc plated

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Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Notes:
3.562" x 2.00" bolt pattern
MFG. Part #:
91048379

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Speedway is now offering this Big Ford New Style Axle Bearing Retainer. Features a durable steel construction and a zinc plated finish. 3.562" x 2.00" bolt pattern. Sold each.

  • Steel construction
  • Zinc plated finish
  • Sold each

Axle Flange Guide (GIF)

Also available for consideration when other Ford applications may be required:

Big Ford Old Style Axle Housing Bearing Retainer Application # 910-48376

Small Ford Axle Housing Bearing Retainer Application # 910-48378

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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