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04-30-2002 01:33 PM
bogey0754 I've got an 84 vette rear in my 36 ford coupe, had to narrow it 7 inches, used coil overs instead of a narrowed spring. It was not that difficult a chore as you can buy or have made realitvly cheaply the parts
04-11-2002 07:35 PM
Randmansmith Oldford,
The various year corvette rears are different widths. I believe the 63-79 and 80-82 have a hub-hub width of around 57". I am using an 86 rear in a 52 chevy truck. (84-?? are 62.5 hub to hub but can be narrowed) Take a look at I just ordered an entire chassis to fit my components under the truck. Bob, the owner of the ohio company is very clever, and has kits for almost any car.
04-11-2002 04:16 PM
Corvette rear end in a 51 Chevy p/u 3100

Would a corvette rearend fit in a 51 chevy? Does anybody know the years that would fit? I would also like to find an automatic transmission for it.
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