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PERTH, ONT

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what is involved in getting a 1990 chevy S10 spindle to work on 1973 chevy full size truck A arms ?
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I have a 1952 GMC truck with a frt independent suspension from a 1974 chev truck. have a 1969 nova rearend under the back. want to use the same bolt pattern as the rear diff on the frt. Can S10 frt spindles be used with the A arms from the 73 suspension if S10 ball joints will work in the ball joint mounts of the a arms



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www.67-72chevytrucks.com/vboard//showthread.php

keep in mind as you read this guy is trying to do your project backwards

- he's trying to put full size spindles on an S10..

maybe something in here will help though

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I have came to the conclusion that it would be easiest just to get a set of spacers with the full size truck pattern for the rear axle bolt pattern

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lol

that would be a significantly lesser amount of wrenching ..

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Adapters are illegal in Ontario. Spacers are not.

Warren

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redrill axle flanges ??



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wuga wrote:

Adapters are illegal in Ontario. Spacers are not.

Warren


 The other way around. 



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Don't get this, but my bad, sorry.

Warren

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