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Speedway Standard 1949-54 Chevy Car Spindle King Pin Set
Speedway Standard 1949-54 Chevy Car Spindle King Pin Set

Speedway Standard 1949-54 Chevy Car Spindle King Pin Set

1.05" Bushing Diameter, 1.315" Bushing Length, .59" Bearing Thickness, .867" Pin Diameter

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  • Complete with bushings, bearings and locks
  • All standard kingpin bushings must be reamed or honed to exact size after installation in your spindles

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Bushing Diameter:
1.05"
Bushing Length:
1.315"
Bearing Thickness:
.59"
Pin Diameter:
.867"
Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Set
Notes:
Thrust bearing thickness is 0.585". REPLACEMENT BUSHINGS 91032143(4)
MFG. Part #:
91032123

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These kingpin kits come complete with bushings, bearings and locks. All standard kingpin bushings must be reamed or honed to exact size after installation in your spindles.

Note: These kingpins will fit stock 1949-54 Chevy passenger car spindles as well as Speedway reproduction 1949-54 Chevy spindles 916-32100.

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910-32123 Instructions (PDF)

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  • Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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