1938 - Ford Front Wheel Bearing Kit Bigtruck 81t-1201-k on 2040-parts.com
Oregon, Wisconsin, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:81T-1201
Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
1938-BIG TRUCK-FORD FRONT WHEEL BEARING KIT (1) KIT CONTAINS 2 STEEL-INNER CUPS AND 2 INNER FRONT WHEEL BEARINGS
-- KIT CONTAINS 2 OUTER BEARING CUPS AND 2 OUTER BEARINGS- THESE ARE NEW OLD STOCK STILL IN HE ORIGINAL FORD BOXES - THIS KIT FITS 1938 FORD BIG TRUCK EXCEPT 122 INCH WHEEL BASE. PART NO. 81T-1201-K
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