TP/Econoline Standard King Pin Set
Universal Fit, 6.25" Overall Length, 0.867" Bushing Diameter, 1.262" Bushing Length
- Complete with bushings, bearings and locks
- All standard kingpin bushings must be reamed or honed to exact size after installation in your spindles
These kingpins fit Total Performance spindles and 1961-1963 Ford Econoline Van spindles. 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.
- These king pins have a wide machined groove at either end that uses a large O-ring seal to keep water out of the assembly.
- Also includes the retainer "wedge" pins and shims.
- Total Performance Spindles
- 1961-1963 Ford Econoline Van Spindles
- King Pin Diameter: .739" - .741"
- Overall Length of Pin: 6.25"
- Bearing Thickness: .547"
- Includes (4) Bushings: .867" O.D. and 1.262" long
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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