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In the early days of hot rodding, spindle choice was somewhat obvious - you put a Ford spindle on a Ford axle. As street rods and race cars evolved throughout the '60s and '70s, a quest for better brakes led some rodders to adapt 1949-54 Chevy passenger car spindles to early Ford axles. All the different options can generate quite a bit of confusion. With over 60 years of experience in the automotive field, Speedway Motors can help you determine what spindles work best for your application. From factory replacements and dropped spindles for your classic car to IMCA approved spindles for your modifed, we've got you covered!

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Universal Fit, Left and Right Position, Forged Steel

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Position: Left and Right

Spindle Style: Ford Custom

Spindle Drop: Stock Height

Brake System Type: Disc/Drum

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Midget, Mini Sprint, Left or Right Position, Aluminum

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Position: Left or Right

Spindle Style: Sprint

Spindle Drop: Stock Height

Brake System Type: Disc

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Midget, Left or Right Position, Sprint Spindle Style

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Position: Left or Right

Spindle Style: Sprint

Spindle Drop: Stock Height

Brake System Type: Disc

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