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You're welcome. I used that info when I converted my 66.
Yes those are pin type. I'll try to find the article on this swap info.
Also the spindles may be different. I got a set from the same style of car and had to use different spindles. I think the lower ball joint...
Are they slider or pin type calipers?
It's about time! Geeeez.
I agree you just need the washer. I just changed my power valve the other day and there is a copper washer that seals the fitting to the body
Swadged stud?[ATTACH]Hub appearing as one piece on another unit?[ATTACH][ATTACH]Replaced studs?[ATTACH]
I believe this is correct. I don't recall seeing a machined splice between the hub and plate for lug nuts. I have some in my shop. I will go look.
It can’t get any easier can it? I’m not red xing anyone! :)
Oh and mine still has left hand threads in the drivers side hub.
Lol. That’s why I posted the pics of mine. :)
They are two separate pieces.
Mine came apart. So I presumed they all did.
Well I’m wrong. Hub can go in lathe.
Is the drum in good shape? Doesn’t need cut? Within spec? If it needs cut the hub will need to be removed.
Cars that came with Magnums had a worker literally splash red paint on the drum with a brush. Hence the dribble marks!
This was my original 1969 road runner front brake drum. Looks to be the same part number too. I don't recall if it was swedged or not. I did have...
Possible I suppose, but that cross member looks beautiful. I just finished this one.......even they came out nicely![ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH]