Just like the header - I'm trying to find out who made these - the logo looks to be "FC" inside the letter "C" or an oval.
I'd say neither one. They are definitely not Rajo offset spindles and I am not aware of any produced by Frontenac. These look like 26-28 Chevy spindles. They are used to lower the front end and also provide the steering arm to use a conventional steering gear box.
If that's a 344..., it looks like a Chevy part number sequence of the era.
I'm convinced they are late Frontenac - they fit the T axle like a glove and this was sent my way:
Frontenac1923Cat.pdf (194.6 k)
The centerline of the spindle is much lower in the "Fronty" catalog item you presented that what is shown in the photo above.
I think they are later than the 23 catalog I was sent by a member here - I could be wrong but Chevrolet bearings do not interchange with T bearings and the Buffalo hubs I took off these went right onto a T axle. Part number I scraped is 344004 - the logo - 276
I am looking for identity and will ask on a couple of Chevrolet sites to see what they think.
Thanks for the replies
Not Frontenac, not Rajo, they are late 20's Chevy. Speedster guys put them on T axles but they are nowhere near as strong as a Ford T spindle.
Chevy and Ford of the era take the same wheel bearings. I bought some NOS aftermarket ones made for both.
Mark, You might have to enlarge this.
Thank you Mike - while the numbers do not match exactly this was the info I was looking for. These bolt right into the T axle and allow for a radical lowering, but I'll bet they are far more durable for road use as another thread has pointed out regarding the aftermarket spindles - I'd been hoping they were Fronty, but this is good. Would you happen to know the year of that parts list?