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1964 Impala Dropped Spindles

Does anyone make a 2" dropped spindle for 1964 Chevy Impala to be used on stock drums? Any resources would be greatly appreciated and thanks in advance.
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After some intense research, I located the following product to accommodate my project: Chevy disk brake conversion kit for 14"X7" custom wheels.

http://www.ssbrakes.com/commerce/det....cfm?nPID=8452
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What they said was "minimum wheel size" was 14 X 7.

The reason was, this is the smallest rim that will fit over the caliper and rotors. You can put on larger sizes of rims and they will clear the assembly. In fact, the bigger wheels will give you better stopping.
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