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I bought some 1970 spindles on ebay and want to confirm they are indeed 70 spindles before I order my brakes. can anyone hook me up with the dimensions?? I cant find them with searching to save my life!

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The easiest way is find out the casting number between the ball joints.
 

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1970 Spindles are one year only with D0ZA-3107- and D0ZA-3108- Casting numbers
 

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Does anyone have a ford parts interchange book? I thought some mavericks had the same spindle in later years. Those may have a different cast number.
 

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If the number changed, they were different in some way. Might not matter. You could use D1ZA spindles on your car and never notice the difference.
 

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Are they drum spindles or disc spindles?? -- drum and disc spindles will interchange from 1970 to 1973. What are the casting #'s? If you need some casting #'s info I have a decoder book. Post the #'s on them.
 

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If the number changed, they were different in some way. Might not matter. You could use D1ZA spindles on your car and never notice the difference.
71-73 drum type have a more massive steering arm than 70 type, otherwise identical.
 

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Are they drum spindles or disc spindles?? -- drum and disc spindles will interchange from 1970 to 1973. What are the casting #'s? If you need some casting #'s info I have a decoder book. Post the #'s on them.
Exactly, Drum Spindle, or Disc Spindle as horsehead has already shown Numbers. The 3108 is Driver by the way, 3107 Passenger.

Post numbers we will all help you in your quest.

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perfect! thanks guys
 
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