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1964-74 GM Car OEM Style Disc Brake Spindles
1964-74 GM Car OEM Style Disc Brake Spindles


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These are garage sale priced because they have some rusting and pits after being used.

No Warranty, No Returns on Garage Sale Items    


These spindles allow you to easily and affordably convert your stock drum front brakes to the original style GM front disc brakes. These new replacement forged steel disc brake spindles fit GM A-body, F-body and X-body passenger cars. These spindles are stock height, not dropped.

  • Replacement spindles
  • Stock height, not dropped

The primary difference between disc brake spindles and drum brake spindles is the thickness of the upper mount boss. The upper boss is 5/8" thicker on drum brake spindles than on the disc brake spindles. Spindles work well with Speedway disc brake kit 910-31958.

Fits the following applications: 

  • 1964-72¬†A-Body -¬†Chevelle, Malibu, GTO, LeMans, 442, Cutlass, GS,¬†Skylark
  • 1967-69¬†F-Body -¬†Camaro, Firebird
  • 1968-74¬†X-Body -¬†Nova, Apollo, Omega, Ventura


Primary difference between these and drum-brake spindles is the thickness of the upper mount boss, it's 5/8" thicker on drum spindles. These spindles use 1/2" bolts to mount the steering arms.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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