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The retainer between front wheel bearing and axle nut. U.S.A.
Semi-circular tool that grabs either the groove or shoulder of the hub (depending on style of tool ordered) to free the hub from the axle. Not a positive lock like our A-1114-T puller. But this...
A top quality reproduction of the front wheel hub. Fits all years.
A new cast iron brake drum and hub assembled with new wheel studs. The drum has been turned true after the hub was installed. Bearings and races not included.
The best bearings available. Made by Timken. Available singly or by the set. One set does one wheel. You will need two sets to do one car. U.S.A.
The castle nuts that hold the front hub on the spindle. U.S.A.
This little gadget is one that Henry forgot until late in 1931. Goes over the front axle nut and presses into the hub to keep dirt out and grease in! Since A's never had them originally, you...
If your roller bearing is fitting loose on the axle housing, you can repair it by turning your old housing down, and pressing on this new race. Instructions for machining included. U.S.A.
Don't throw that worn hub away!! This kit contains one sleeve, and one bearing to repair a worn hub. Simply press the sleeve into the hub, and this bearing has a little smaller O.D., but same...
The large seals for the rear wheel hub. Press into hub to keep dirt out of the roller bearing.
For the front hub, this is the metal drive in seal that seals the hub around the front spindle. U.S. made to the original Ford print.
A top quality reproduction for the rear wheels. Fits all years.
A new cast iron brake drum and hub assembled with new wheel studs. The drum has been turned true after the hub was installed. Bearings are not included.
Snaps into the rear Hub to hold the #A-1175 seal in place. U.S.A.
This tool only works on the 1/2" studs which were used on 1926-27 Model T's with wire wheels or on Model A's. The cutter is hollow so it slides over the threaded end of the wheel studs and then...
Designed to pull rear brake hubs on Ford vehicles from 1928 to 1948. The puller is equipped with two sets of split rings allowing you to work on either style of rear hub, those with an inside...
The roller bearing that rides in the rear hub. A worn bearing will damage the hub!