Spindle Nut Kit for Speedway 49-54 Chevy and 1953-82 GM Spindles
Buick, Cadillac, Chevy, GMC, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, 3/4"-20 Thread Pitch, Steel, Zinc Plated
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
This spindle nut kit can be used with Speedway 1949-54 Chevy style (modified) passenger car spindles or OEM 1953-82 GM spindles. Kit includes a pair of castle nuts, washers and cotter pins.
- Castle Nut: 3/4"-20 (not SAE, which is 16 TPI)
- Overall Height: 0.505"
- Height up to the bottom of the castellated notch: 0.276"
- Wrench size for nut: 1.00"
These dimensions are approximate. Certain brake kits may require removal of some of the nut material to allow for installation of the cotter pin.
Q & A
Today we are installing original style pump, pulleys, brackets, and hoses! Watch as Joe and Zach improve the ratio and make driving the Chevelle easier.
If you're going to buy a horn isn't it nice to know what it sounds like first? That's why Speedway produced a helpful video to hear the differences in the unique horns that we offer.
Learn more about the three piece spindle, which offers improved geometry, replaceable steering arms, and compatibility. Applicable to modifieds, sport mods, stock car and hobby stocks.
Project Chevelle upgrades the 4 drum brakes single master cylinder that was an unfortunate set of boxes checked on this Chevelle’s order sheet.
Project Chevelle undergoes front suspension upgrades to minimize feeling every dip and bump in the road. Josh S. walks through the install and quick overview of the tubular control arms and G comp spindles.
This article explains how to install a chrome column shifter into the steering column itself. We will help you determine the length of steering column needed along with all the parts required to get the job done.
Follow along as power steering is added to Speedway's Project Chevelle. This article showcases exactly what is involved in adding power steering in a car that came with manual steering.