This is a very neat spindle, uses T nut and washer, will drop front end way down, but for what car, thanks for information, Bob
Looks somewhat similar to these.
From previous post
They appear to be Overland 90 spindles. In the old days using Overland spindles in T speedsters was quite common. They give you a nice easy drop with no machine work. Overland spindles are a direct replacement for model t spindles.
In fact if you have a Overland 90 front axle it will fit right up to a T, even the perch holes line right up.
Not Ford spindles. The english drop frame Ford spindles looks lighter, more like standard US Ford spindles.
In this picture, originally posted by ┼ke Ísterdahl, you can see Ford drop frame spindles on the two axles below. The top axle is a drop frame type while the spindle is of the US 26/27 type.
I've got a similar pair of spindles as in the top post - from Chevrolet or Overland perhaps?
i have some overland like that. the pin on top locates a hardened thrust washer, and they have a parallel drag link like later fords
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the chevy in the hamb post sure looks similar, but i cant see the pin like your has. my overland axle had parallel leaf springs so not a drop in fit. not sure what year it came from
Thanks again, guys, Bob
Those are Chevy spindles.
I used a set on my lowered T.
I was going to say with that number on it I would be looking for a bowtie somewhere. Dan
Looks like a Chev spindle to me.
Chevrolet - the red ones above were mine and I wound up selling on T-Bay...
Here is something that was sent to me about these: