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Replacement Disc Brake Bearing Adapter for Early Ford Spindle
Replacement Disc Brake Bearing Adapter for Early Ford Spindle

Replacement Disc Brake Bearing Adapter for Early Ford Spindle

Universal Fit, 1.260" Overall Height, 1.375" Diameter Small End, 1.876" Diameter Big End, Steel

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Replacement Disc Brake Bearing Adapter for Early Ford Spindle
Replacement Disc Brake Bearing Adapter for Early Ford Spindle
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Overall Height:
1.260"
Diameter Small End:
1.375"
Diameter Big End:
1.876"
Inside Diameter:
1.187"
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural
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MFG. Part #:
91009301

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These replacement bearing adapters are intended to be used to replace damaged bearing and seal spacers from our Speedway brake kits.
  • To replace damaged bearing & seal spacer from popular Speedway brake kits
  • Will NOT adapt disc brakes on its own, other brackets & hardware required
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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  • Dive into some of the history and unique differences between Ford and Chevy spindles for a solid front axles and what will perform best on your hot rod.

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