Tapered Axle Bearing and Seal Replacement for 9 Inch Big Ford Hou
Ford 9", Steel
- Replacement axle bearing for big bearing new style Ford axles commonly referred to as the Torino bearing or "Set 20"
- Tapered bearing design supports greater loads than old style roller bearings
- A new bearing retainer collar is included to ensure no movement of the bearing when in use
- Requires press fitting onto the axle
- Two sets required per vehicle
This "large bearing" tapered roller axle bearing and seal kit is a replacement for all 9" Ford tapered bearing rearend applications, or any rearend that has had a 9" Ford style housing end and axle conversion performed.
Includes: 1 bearing/race/seal and 1 retaining collar
- Heavy duty replacement "20 Set" which includes 1 bearing/race/seal and 1 set collar
- 1.563" I.D., and 3.150" O.D.
- Press fit bearing and collar
- 2 sets required per vehicle
Note: Installation photos shown above are for reference only. Axle and retainer are not included.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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