6 Oem New Departure Wheel Bearing Parts 1933-36 Chevy Standard Cars +sd on 2040-parts.com
Manchester, Maryland, United States
Brand:NEW DEPARTURE , GM
Manufacturer Part Number:909522, 909622, 909722
A total of six new New Departure Wheel Bearing Parts that I got at an auction of vintage car parts.
There are two each of part nos. 909522, 909622, and 909722 (which are both the New Departure and GM part nos.).
These are Front Wheel Inner Bearing Cones, Inner Outer Wheel Bearing Races (Cups), and Front Wheel Inner Bearings for:
- CHEVROLET CARS (1933-36: CC, DC, EC, and FC Standard Models)
- CHEVROLET SEDAN DELIVERY (1935-36: EC and FC Models)
Five of these are still wrapped in their protective wax paper. One of the 909722 bearings is unwrapped but it looks perfect.
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Wheel Hubs & Bearings for Sale
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