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Reconditioned 1980-90 GM Fullsize Spindle, Right

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Reconditioned 1980-90 GM Fullsize Spindle, Right

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Reconditioned 1980-90 GM fullsize car (Impala/Caprice) spindles include a new outer bearing/race (#S34) which allows the spindle to be used with the 1973-77 midsize 11" diameter rotor. Can be used as a direct replacement for the 1973-77 midsize spindle when used with the included S34 bearing set.

Note: Spindles are found on the metric fullsize GM 11" diameter. 5 x 4-3/4" bolt circle applications are not replacements for the 12" diameter. 5 x 5" bolt circle rotor/spindle applications.

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Only uses the 11" dia. 5 x 4-3/4" rotor

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4 questions : 4 answers

1 answers

I want to use a tall spindle without it having any drop, and this part you have is the only thing i can find, but this is for my 1970 Chevelle with disc brakes. What outer wheel bearing and race set would I need for my car? the same one this comes with? I also would like to know what MOOG part # has to be used for the outer rod ends with these spindles

BillyGman
November 16, 2014

I want to use a tall spindle without it having any drop, and this part you have is the only thing i can find, but this is for my 1970 Chevelle with disc brakes. What outer wheel bearing and race set would I need for my car? the same one this comes with? I also would like to know what MOOG part # has to be used for the outer rod ends with these spindles

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November 17, 2014
EricM
This spindle requires an outer bearing with a .844" ID. I am not sure if there is such a bearing to fit your stock 70 Chevelle rotor and provide a .844" ID. We would recommend using rotor part number 91031063 with seal 912S19753, inner bearing 912TLM67048, and outer bearing set 912TS34. You will have to remove the outer race from the rotor and replace it with the one provided in the 912TS34 set. The tie rod end from the '80 to '90 full size was Moog ES2019RLT. The ball joints for that car was K5208 upper and K6145 lower. Also the brake caliper slide bolts are 7 1/16" center to center.
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Is this the same as a 2in drop spindle? Trying to re place a spindle on my modified. Was a bell tech 2105 was wondering if this would work. Would rather replace the one instead of having to buy 2.

Pdiddy101
Athens, AL, USA
May 25, 2014

Is this the same as a 2in drop spindle? Trying to re place a spindle on my modified. Was a bell tech 2105 was wondering if this would work. Would rather replace the one instead of having to buy 2.

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May 27, 2014
EricM
No this is a stock spindle. You will have to buy a specific drop spindle such as the Bell tech number you mentioned. Sorry I do not offer that spindle.
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Can I use a metric 10.5 inch rotor on this spindle?

DWhit
April 20, 2014

Can I use a metric 10.5 inch rotor on this spindle?

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April 21, 2014
EricM
No the 10.5" Metric rotor will not fit this spindle. You need an 11" 80 to 90 Impala rotor or our rotor part number 91031064 will fit this spindle as well. When using that rotor you will need to use the outer bearing and race that is supplied with this spindle.
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are these spindles 10 degree? what is the distance between the upper and lower ball joints? i am looking for the same geometry as the 71 thru 76 impala spindles.

bbqman1
South Carolina, USA
February 25, 2014

are these spindles 10 degree? what is the distance between the upper and lower ball joints? i am looking for the same geometry as the 71 thru 76 impala spindles.

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February 26, 2014
EricM
These spindles are similar to a 71 to 76 Impala spindle that used an 11" rotor but the ream of the lower ball joint is different. These are 8 5/8" tall from upper to lower ball joint and use 91720039 lower ball joint. The 71 to 76 Impala uses 91720038 lower ball joint. You can ream the lower ball joint hole with reamer part number 91089412 in order for this spindle to accept the 71 to 76 ball joint.
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