Updating rear end in 1937 chevy truck

It will NOT work with forged aftermarket steering arms.

Wheels must have 3-7/16" center hole and have been designed for disc brake applications.

It will not work with forged aftermarket steering arms. The 11" rotor brake kits are great for Street Rods based on 1932-48 Fords. you want the early look but are reluctant to use old non-energizing drum brakes, we have just what you need.

Wheels must have 3-7/16" center hole and have been designed for disc brake applications Complete Brake Kit. The 11" rotor brake kits are great for Street Rods based on 1932-48 Fords. NOTE: works with both bolt on and stock steering arms.not fit some 14" wheels. Easily installs 11" rotors and the 1978-up GM Metric calipers to your 1937-48 Ford passenger car spindles. Our 100% new self-energizing 12" x 1-3/4" or 12" x 2" backing plate assembly complete with shoes, wheel cylinders and hardware.

The 11" diameter rotors have the GM wheel bolt pattern of 5 x 4-3/4".

To be used only on street rod tube or I-beam front axles when using 1949-54 Chevy spindles commonly used on Model T and Model GM Easily installs 11" Ford/Mopar rotors and 1969-1977 midsize GM single piston calipers to your 1937-1948 Ford passenger car spindles. Great for street rods based on 1932-1948 Fords, however, these kits are much too large and heavy for a T-bucket or an early roadster. Designed to work on 1937-48 Ford spindles that have the cast on steering arms.

One piece, drop forged design constructed of high strength 4140 steel, which makes them superior to original components.

These spindles are modeled after the 1937-41 round-back design and use 1937-41 Ford king pins.

Install 11" diameter disc brakes on your 1949-54 Chevy car spindles or 1941-59 Chevy pick-up spindles with these intermediate GM to early Chevy brake kits.

Kit Includes: •Brake brackets This kit will not work with stock 1949-54 steering arms.

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