New early Ford car hubs are of the 1940 design which was of the slip-over drum configuration (brake drum mounts to the “front” side of the hub).
Rear hubs are keyed for the stock axles and include the bearing race, seal and lock ring.
Studs are installed on a 5 on 5-1/2” bolt circle.
Hubs have bearing races installed and include a dust cap. Uses bearing typical of Ford passenger cars 1932-48. 2.5” from front hub face to rear bearing boss.
Price for one Hub.