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Old 07-02-2011, 08:01 PM
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hi i have a 72 nova i need 2 replace my subframe and i found a 72 firebird subframe does anyone know if it will fit

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NO, the Camaro-Firebird sub was re-designed in 1970 and is not compatible with 68-72 Nova.
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ok thank you i thouught i heard at 1 point that the bumper whole just need to be re drill
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The 68-74 Nova and the 67-69 Camaro/Firebird are similar and have the steering linkage BEHIND the crossmember (called rear steer). The 70-81 Camaro/Firebird and 75-79 Nova have the steering linkage in FRONT of the crossmember (called, surprisingly enough, front steer).
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ok the guy says that everything is there so i was just hoping it would work the disc brakes are there and everything and he only wants 200 for it
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