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Old 05-13-2004, 11:05 PM
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Drop Spindles for Drum Brakes?

Do they make these? I cant find anything on them online. Are they made/possible to make?

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What kind of car? or truck???
Actually you can swap over to discs very cheaply so that's the direction I would recommend... It would be a lot less then having custom spindles made.
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Well I was thinking about converting to disk, and getting the 2 inch drop from the disc brakes, but then i figured I could save some money with drop spindles for drum brakes, so i looked online and didnt see anything. i figure the car would stop ok with all new drum brakes? How much of a diffrence are disc brakes? I hear it isnt that much. My car is a 1966 Chevelle El camino
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heh i was wondering the same thing i want my front lower, gonna be doin that n the next few days still got the drums as well couldnt find and spindles for them so im gonna go with lowering coils.

www.jegs.com they have all sorts of brands to choose from for 64-67 elkys also www.hotchkis.net

heheh woah i see your from modesto tulare here.
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