I am working on my 26 tudor looking at the front right wheel seems to be leaning out at the top so I pulled the wheels and the hubs of down to the spindle cleaned them up found the part number
203-4b this number is the same on the other spindle I know there is a left and a right anybody know what this number is left or right and what the right number is thanks mike
Top should be leaning out. One easy way to tell if you have a right and a left spindle, one is right hand thread, the other is left. The nut from one side will not thread onto the other.
ok so witch side is the left one or right one is the right hand thread on the right side or left side just want to get it right with the front axle level one side is six degress more than the other on the spindle
Mike, one way to identify if the spindles are correct is the outer bearing should loosen on both of them when you drive forward. If they tighten it is a very dangerous situation.
Make sure you get the correct thread spindle on the correct side. Don't ask me why I say this but it cost me a 26-27 wire wheel hub to find out.
Left hand thread is on the right; right hand thread is on the left. If the bearing is turned in the same direction as the wheel with the car going forward, it should loosen, not tighten.
thanks guys your ansewers helped mike