Speedway 1928-1948 Ford Forged Spindles w/ King Pins
Universal Fit, Ford Custom Spindle Style, Stock Height Spindle Drop, Left and Right Position
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These Speedway spindles are one piece, drop forged design constructed of high strength 4140 steel, which makes them superior to original components. These spindles are modeled after the 37-41 round-back passenger car design and use 37-41 Ford king pins.
These spindles fit Ford axles from 28-48 passenger car. They can be used with period correct drum brakes or modern Speedway Motors disc brakes, but will not work with hubs from 28-36.
- Uses 1937-1941 king pin kit
- For Ford axles 1928-1948 passenger car
- Will not work with 1928-1936 Hubs
- Includes king pin kit
Be sure to include our spindle nut kit (910-616004) to properly install these spindles.
910-32104 Instructions (PDF)
Includes forged spindles with king pins fit to spindles.
ApplicationFord-style spindles are generally your best choice when using an original Ford axle or an aftermarket I-beam axle. This spindle is a reproduction version of the 1937-41 spindle. Ford used the same king pin dimensions and geometry on the 1928-48 axles, therefore you can use any 1937-48 Ford spindle on any 1928-48 car axle.
NotesThis consists of 1 pr of Ford spindles, 1 king pin kit, and the king pin bushings installed/fitted to the pins.
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