I was referring to just the chunk itself, not to the whole axle assembly.
Hope this helps,
Gordon Glasgow wrote:
> The roadster rear track width is 47.24". The 510 wagon rear track width is
> Jim Tyler wrote:
> > I have heard the wag rears are a direct fit, but I haven't ever swapped one
> > myself so I can't say for sure.
> > I have also heard that with the truck rears you
> > have to swap the side gears that the axles go into, otherwise, they work.
> > Let us know what you find.
> > Jim
> > HIGHKIX4@aol.com wrote:
> > >
> > > For all:
> > > I was looking for the jack for the 510 under by
> > > the spare tire (its under the front seat, as
> > > I found out), but was struck by the amazing
> > > similarity of the rear axle to the roadster.
> > > Wonder if the track is the same? Will the
> > > gears fit? Seems like my wagon has a
> > > very deep ratio (feels like maybe 4.11)
> > > as it has the hamsters running
> > > very, very fast at 70mph (no tach, dont
> > > no how fast). So, these 411 or so gears
> > > would be helpful to the roadster, and the
> > > roadsters 370s would be helpful to the wagon,
> > > although making it even slower than it is.
> > > It this a possible swap?
> > > (my 67 has a later 2L rear end)
> > > Thanks,
> > > Jim
> > > Chesapeake Va
> > > 67 pushrod 2L 5spd
> > > 72 510 wagon
> Gordon Glasgow