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Old 09-13-2004, 10:19 AM
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Ft hub 1966 Nova

Anybody know where I can get a NEW ft. wheel hub for a 1966 Nova, or what other hubs are the same ?

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The General Motors part # was 3887867

The following use the same HUB........

Apollo 73-74
Camaro 67-69
Chevelle 64-72 excluding big block cars (1965)
Chevy Van 10 series 64-70
Chevy II 64 to 74
Corvair 65-69
Firebird 68

ALL of the above have to be drum brake vehicles

A good GM parts man could find one in the system..... New Old Stock....

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Thanks Deuce!

That will help, I'll give it a try.

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i also have a 66nova
just curious, why do u need a new hub when the studs and races area replaceable?
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umm ya no problem i just need some rear tires and she'll be ready to go
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The race spun, and now it will not hold, and there is heat fractures in the race area. I have picked up two used hubs, and they have the same problem.

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what town are u in i can probably track some down
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I am in Middleboro Mass.
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theres gotta be one closer than vancouver canada good luck dude
congrats on yer fine automobile selection
what body style is your 66?
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Its a 1966 SS full restoration 327 w/4 speed

What kind of Nova do you have?
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wow thats a SWEET ride dude
mines a 66 2door sedan fully rebuilt with 400sb PG with 3500stall and brake factory 12bolt 3.73

hows yer 4speed workin out? i used to run a superT10 broke it too many times went back to the slush box

u running original clutch linkage??? headers????
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Mine is all original, The 4spd is a pain but it's cool.
I have had the car for about 26 years, started collecting parts back about 20 years ago, then about 15 years ago I started to restore it. It's been done for about 6-7 years, ago it's fun to drive, when I get the time. All old school, like me!

Yours sounds like a nice car also, and fun to drive I'll bet.
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nice work dude
thought id had mine for a long time. 11 years! drove it in hi school
and yup its nice to drive wish it passed emissions testing though
cant buy insurance without it only temp insurance
keeps me out of trouble somewhat LOL
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In Mass. an antique car (over 25 years) is exempt from any emission testing, only the safety inspection. There should be no problem with mine, because I rebuilt everything. The car was our second car, and I just couldn't part with it, so I started collecting parts, and once the kids were out of the house, I started to restore it.
I have another car that I hope to get done, it's a 37 Ford 2 door sedan (slant back), I hope to build it as a street rod. I have a Mustang II FE in it, and I am setting it up for a 350/350 combo. One of these days I hope to get it done.
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