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Old 03-12-2005, 07:35 PM
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Ive got a 58 apache with a RBs monte carlo clip that i bought as an abandoned project. It was a pretty cool deal since it came with a 3.55 posi rear and all the chassis work was done by a pro, unfortunately the rear end is the six lug original and the front is ,obviously five lug. Seems like the previous was conflicted as to what bolt pattern he wanted to run , and with what I have so am I. What should I do, sell the brand new posi rear and buy a 70-81 camaro 10 bolt or should I try to find 6 lug rotors to work with the monte spindles? Id rather swap the rotors for cost effectiveness (I dont mind the limited wheel selection) , but where do I find 6 lug rotors that are compatible with monte spindles? Anybody out there know where I can get blank rotors that I can have machined with the corect bolt pattern?


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Old 03-13-2005, 08:28 PM
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Easiest and cheapest might be to pull the axles and have them drilled for the front pattern.
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