Has anyone seen a spindle like this?

Discussion in 'Wrenchin' Secrets' started by Stan1971, Apr 12, 2018.

  1. Stan1971

    Stan1971 Well-Known Member

    I bought a disc brake conversion came with no directions and these weird spindles are these normal?

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  2. OHC JOE


    Did u get lowered spindles..
    What company are they from
  3. TrunkMonkey

    TrunkMonkey Well-Known Member

    Look like CPP spindles.
    That is what I put on my 1964 Skylark.
    2 inch drop.
    I have Wilwood brakes.
    Let me know what questions you have.

    I can pull a wheel and take pics or whatever you need.
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  4. Bluzilla

    Bluzilla a.k.a. "THE DOCTOR"

    Looks like they have the provision to mount the steering arms in one location (lower two 1/2" holes) and the caliper abutment bracket in the other (one of the upper (1/2") spindle holes depending on which side of the car it's on), the other upper (1/2") hole is unused on each spindle.... that's if they are drop spindles. The top caliper abutment bracket (5/8") hole is attached to the very top center spindle hole.

    http://ssbrakes.com/files/2015 Instructions/a123ds.pdf

    Last edited: Apr 14, 2018
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  5. Stan1971

    Stan1971 Well-Known Member

    Thanks everyone for the help got it all done just need to finish running the new brake lines they were 2 inch lowering spindles the brand was right stuff.

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