T1 1947-65 Beetle / Ghia 2.5" Fully Built Dropped Link Pin Spindles (Drum or Disk) - (Exchange)

T1 1947-65 Beetle / Ghia 2.5" Fully Built Dropped Link Pin Spindles (Drum or Disk) - (Exchange) Aircooled VW front fully built spindles and carriers…

  • 030040030

  • Limebug

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£398.45

T1 1947-65 Beetle / Ghia 2.5" Fully Built Dropped Link Pin Spindles (Drum or Disk) - (Exchange)

Aircooled VW front fully built spindles and carriers

Early link pin 2.5" dropped spindles to fit T1 Beetle / Ghia 

Assembled with new king pins & link pins.

A smoother ride for link pin front ends. These Dropped Spindles are manufactured from all new castings and feature Original VW Carriers. Stronger and narrower than welded spindles! Dropped Spindles maintain factory steering geometry and you can use stock length shocks. Your VW will handle and ride better with a set of Dropped Spindles.

Price based on carrier exchange

Professionally installed, reamed, powdercoated, thrust set, and pressed in and out with new phosphor bronze bushings, ready to install.

Note: Link Pin Dropped Spindles drop your ride a full 2 1/2" and extend the tires out 1/2" on either side.

 Details:

- CNC Machined from New Castings for a Perfect Fit!
- Maintains Factory Steering Geometry
- Improves ride & handling
- Full 2 1/2" Drop

Works with:
- VW Drums / Disks
- Standard Length Shocks
- Standard VW bearings and seals (May vary on Disk)
- Add 1/2" Track Width Per Side


Product Code: 30040030
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