Mustang II Brake Rotor Bearing-Seal/ Spindle Nut Hardware Kit
1.375" Large Bearing I.D., 0.864" Small Bearing I.D.
- Includes Pinto-Mustang II Spindle Nut and Washer Kit, Mustang II Bearing-Seal Kit and Wheel Dust Caps
- Washer kit has enough material for 2 spindles, nut thread 13/16"-20
- Bearing-seal kit includes two inner wheel bearings, two outer wheel bearings and two inner grease seals
- Wheel dust caps are made of stamped steel and zinc-plated for rust and corrosion prevention
- Dust caps are replacements for your old, beat-up caps
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We packed together all the necessary hardware you need for a proper Mustang II rotor install or maybe you just want to freshen up some old hardware with new. Freshen up your Mustang II front end with our Mustang II Brake Rotor Bearing/Seal Spindle Nut Hardware Kit!
- (1) Speedway Pinto-Mustang II Spindle Nut and Washer Kit
- (1) Speedway Mustang II Bearing-Seal Kit
- (2) Speedway Wheel Dust Caps
Speedway Pinto-Mustang II Spindle Nut and Washer Kit
Complete kit for 2 spindles; nuts, washers, cotter pins. For 1974-80 Pinto, Bobcat and Mustang II.
- Nut Thread: 13/16"-20
- The nuts in this set are 11/32nds" (.344") thick. / .09 for washer
Speedway Mustang II Bearing-Seal Kit
This bearing and seal kit includes two inner wheel bearings, two outer wheel bearings and two inner grease seals. This kit is enough for two brake rotors and is intended to be used with a new rotor installation as this kit does not include the bearing races or cups.
If your project willl be making use of used rotors, you will require new bearing races or cups. Therefore you will need to purchase the bearing and seal kit # 910-31052 suggested below in place of kit # 910-31000.
Works with Mustang II/Pinto and Granada rotors using Mustang II/Pinto spindles only. It will not work for installing Mustang II/Pinto brake rotors on 1949-1954 Chevy spindles. Not for use with early Chevy spindle brake conversion kits.
- (2) inner wheel bearings
- (2) outer wheel bearings
- (2) inner grease seals
- Enough for two brake rotors
- No races or cups included
- Large Bearing-
- Thickness: .656"
- Upper OD: 1.900"
- Lower OD: 2.150"
- Bearing ID: 1.375"
- Small Bearing-
- Thickness: .651"
- Upper OD: 1.380"
- Lower OD: 1.570"
- Bearing ID: 0.864"
Speedway Wheel Dust Caps
These hub dust caps are replacements for your old, beat-up caps. Made of stamped steel with a zinc plated finish.
- Mounted Height: 1.00"
- Flange Diameter: 2.00"
- Outside Diameter: 1.786"
- Finish: Zinc Plated
- Material Type: Steel
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
Wheel Dust Caps, Plain, 1.786 Hub I.D.Part # 91031071Qty x 2
Pinto-Mustang II Spindle Nut & Washer KitPart # 910615074Qty x 1
Bearing-Seal Kit for Two Mustang II Brake RotorsPart # 91031000Qty x 1
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