----- Original Message -----
From: joe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Terry Stellman <STELLMAN@noex.com>
Sent: Wednesday, April 12, 2000 1:27 PM
Subject: Re: [oletrucks] Subframe Width Problem
> I pulled up my table on suspension widths and years to get the following
> Make..... Years..... track width front / rear
> Nova-......1968-'74, 59.8" - 59.6"
> Camaro..1976 -'80, 61.3"-60.5"
> Monte-....1978-'86, 58.5" - 58.8"
> As you can see their is a little over 2 1/2" difference is the track width
> of the Camaro and Monte suspension so their is a chance he's telling the
> truth! Now we have to determine if the difference is made up in the rotor
> hub "where the lugs are located" or the overall frame width?
> If the swap isn't straight across then you'll need rotors, calipers,
> spindles etc because the 75-87 Malibu/Monte Carlo/ S-10: Steering box on
> frame rail, front steer, 10 5/8" disc, one piece spindle.
> Could you supply me with the WebPages of the guy you received this
> information from so I could contact him also.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Terry Stellman <STELLMAN@noex.com>
> To: 'joe' <email@example.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, April 12, 2000 12:35 PM
> Subject: RE: [oletrucks] Subframe Width Problem
> > Joe,
> > I've been surfing the web trying to find a solution to my width problem
> > I ran across a posting from a guy that said he narrowed his Nova/Camaro
> > frontend 2" by replacing the rotors with some off of a Monte Carlo.
> > this sound possible? Do you know if the rotors swap straight up or do
> > need spindles, calipers, rotors or is this some bad information?
> > Terry Stellman
> > 1949 3600
> > Missouri City, Texas
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