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Old 07-03-2013, 09:20 PM
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I have a disc brake kit on my panel, it's the 80's/90's f150 disc. The seal and inner bearing are for the f150 but the outer bearing doesn't have any markings. The f150 outer bearing is too big for the spindle..........anyone have a part number or application for the outer bearing. I'm going to hit the catalog armed with calipers if I can't find it on the internet.
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1oldtimer,
If your truck has a typical disc brake kit installed it may be the same as the one I installed on my 56 F100.

Rotors - 73-93 F100/F150 2wd
Calipers - 71-76 Chev-Impala,Belair,Biscayne
Buick - Electra,Lesabre,Roadmaster,Wildcat
Pontiac - Bonneville,Catalina
Oldsmobile - 88,98,Delta 88,Regency 98
Bearings and seals - Outer A2/Set2 used on 64-77 GM Intermediate cars,Camaro,Firebird,Chevelle,Monte Carlo etc.
- InnerA13/Set13 Standard inner bearing used in Ford Rotor
- Seal - National 4148 - standard seal used in Ford Rotor

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That's it.

Thanks Perks.

I was looking at my Timken catalog, set is also 57-66 F100. Damn I found USA made Timkens also....well back on the hunt for some set 2.
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