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01-30-2006 01:13 AM
jimfulco National Nostalgic Nova Club offers machined spindles on an exchange basis, in other words you can send your old spindles back to them for a core charge refund. Might save you some down-time.

www.nnnova.com
01-28-2006 10:18 PM
67 Deuce 4 Me
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Originally Posted by poncho62
Got them the other day....Look like they are good quality. Looks like a hi grade steel. It will be a while before I install them though. Just found out the other day that my job is kaputt in 8 weeks.......... . Have to watch the coin until I can line something up.


I can certainly relate to the low on "coin" thing! I build my car in one part at a time. Good Luck!
01-27-2006 05:43 PM
poncho62
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Originally Posted by 67 Deuce 4 Me
Poncho,
Did you get your brackets yet? And did you like them?

Got them the other day....Look like they are good quality. Looks like a hi grade steel. It will be a while before I install them though. Just found out the other day that my job is kaputt in 8 weeks.......... . Have to watch the coin until I can line something up.
01-27-2006 04:57 PM
jum
disc conversion

No, i want to buy the complete kit like the one at hotrodsusa.com. I just need to know if i get my spindles machined will that kit work? I researched the kits and this is the best money to spend. Thanks, Jum
01-27-2006 04:33 PM
67 Deuce 4 Me
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Originally Posted by poncho62
How about these from Scarebird......1964-67 Chevy II, Nova 5 lug $85

http://www.scarebird.com/6928.html

Poncho,
Did you get your brackets yet? And did you like them?
01-27-2006 04:15 PM
poncho62 How about these from Scarebird......1964-67 Chevy II, Nova 5 lug $85

http://www.scarebird.com/6928.html
01-27-2006 04:09 PM
jum
disc brake conversion

I have a 65 nova and would like to put disc brakes on the front. If I have the upper boss on my spindle machined down can I use the conversion kit on hotrodsusa.com? (In the garage sale section ot is part # HBK2416401BM )Thank You in advance for your help, Jum

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