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Dust cap Pre War
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Weldingwilly13
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Anyone know where to get front hub dust caps. Believe it is 2.125 id. Looked everywhere cant seem to find anything that size. Thanks

Posted on: 12/2 19:42
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Owen_Dyneto
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How about more information, year and model, or Packard part number.

Posted on: 12/2 22:53
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Weldingwilly13
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1940 120 4 Door

Posted on: 12/4 10:28
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tsherry
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I have the same issue on my '40 110.

Posted on: 12/13 23:35
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If all else fails Kanters or Merritts should have them.

Posted on: 12/13 23:58
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Larry Reber
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Check your NAPA Parts store, The bearings in a lot of the cars were common across several maker lines, My 37 6 has wheel cylinders that fit up into the early 50's chevy,

Posted on: 12/23 1:06
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