Replacement Tapered Inner Wheel Bearing Cone
Universal Fit, Steel, 1.375" Inside Diameter, 2.157" Outside Diameter
- Inner bearing cone for a variety of applications
- High quality, tough hardened bearing steel for improved reliability
- High grade rollers have improved profile and surface finish for increased life and reduced edge stress
- Replacement for kits 91031055, 91031052, 91031056, 91031051, and 91631901
- Sold individually
These steel inner bearing cones are replacement for our GM to Ford brake conversion bearing and seal kits. Fits tapered-bearing hubs. Works with stepped shaft spindles.
- Inner bearing cones
- High quality through hardened bearing steel for improved reliability
- High grade rollers have improved profile and surface finish for increased life and reduced edge stress.
- Replacement for 91031055, 91031052, 91031056, 91031051, and 91631901
- Sold individually
These inner bearing cones are included in bearing and seal kits for these disc brake conversion kits:
- Pre-1978 GM caliper to early Ford spindle
- GM 11" rotor to Mustang II spindle
- 1969-1977 GM 11" rotor to early Ford (1932-1948) spindle
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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