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    64' wikivan 230/4 onda tree/2.56 posi
    '64 Red Baron no engine/trans
    '66 "Lucky" 230/3 onda tree/project
    '67 108" G10 "high roller" 350/th350 12 bolt rear, 31" tires

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    Cool

    Might sound crazy ...
    The front hubs are the same front hubs the Novas, Chevelles, and Camaros, used in the 60s and early 70's.
    Being in Finland might hamper your search a bit.
    Its a "van thing". A life style you have to live to understand!!!!

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    Got this hub all boxed up for ya...

    Hello???



    64' wikivan 230/4 onda tree/2.56 posi
    '64 Red Baron no engine/trans
    '66 "Lucky" 230/3 onda tree/project
    '67 108" G10 "high roller" 350/th350 12 bolt rear, 31" tires

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    Remember, they're still printing money, but they aren't making any more earlies!

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    Spun Race

    Looks like I need at least one hub as well. While changing the wheel bearing I noticed that the inner race was spinning freely in the hub. I have made the switch to disc brakes, I'm wondering if there might be a rotor/hub combo that would fit?

    JEGS has these:
    https://www.jegs.com/i/Performance-T...QAvD_BwE#qaTab

    Said to fit 1964-1972 GM A-Body

    For $82, not too bad a hit to the wallet.
    Last edited by Staypuff68; 02-06-2019 at 06:12 PM.
    1968 GMC Handi-Bus Custom, 307 w/ powerglide
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    If you are using M1Dadio's disk brake kit, you used your factory hubs and then bolted rotors onto them. I have another spare hub if you need it.

    I'm not sure if a chevelle/camaro disc rotor would fit. IIRC, they used different spindles for the disc brakes.
    Last edited by kookykrispy; 02-06-2019 at 07:36 PM.



    64' wikivan 230/4 onda tree/2.56 posi
    '64 Red Baron no engine/trans
    '66 "Lucky" 230/3 onda tree/project
    '67 108" G10 "high roller" 350/th350 12 bolt rear, 31" tires

    Quote Originally Posted by Vanner68 View Post
    Remember, they're still printing money, but they aren't making any more earlies!

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    A-body

    The list the m1dadio posted matches up with what JEGs has listed as "will fit on". Not a big A-body fan (I mean if it isn't a Van why bother), maybe someone with better knowledge can provide assitance.

    The Jegs ones say that they are for front drum brakes, so there is hope. The only other ones I found are upwards of $200 ea.

    KK, since I am doing a full front end (Kingpins, sway bar bushings, drag link, and tie rod ends), if the JEG ones will fit I will probably go with them. If they don't fit I will glady take you up on your kind offer.
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    Maybe they will fit the spindle... However, would it work with the existing bracket? Or would it be located too far inboard or outboard? The best way to find out would be just to buy 'em and try it. Jegs & Summit have a good return policy if they don't fit



    64' wikivan 230/4 onda tree/2.56 posi
    '64 Red Baron no engine/trans
    '66 "Lucky" 230/3 onda tree/project
    '67 108" G10 "high roller" 350/th350 12 bolt rear, 31" tires

    Quote Originally Posted by Vanner68 View Post
    Remember, they're still printing money, but they aren't making any more earlies!

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    i have heard that the first gen camaro hubs will fit
    54 chevy panel truck 355 tpi 700r4 325/9in
    64 chevy 90 5.7 tpi 700r4 336 8.2
    69 chevy panel van 5.7 tbi 700r4 336 8.2

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    Just pulled the trigger on the JEGs hubs.Once they come in I will "dry fit" them and let you know how they work. Fingers crossed.
    1968 GMC Handi-Bus Custom, 307 w/ powerglide
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    JEGS in the mail

    Got my Valentines Day gift for my favorite van in the mail yesterday. The kit I ordered from JEGS came with two hubs (with races pre-installed), innner & outer bearings, wheel seal, axle nuts and washers and cotter pins. Enough to do both sides for right at $100 (shipping and tax included). A quick dry fit and I found out that if I hadn't upgraded to front disk it would have been a direct replacement. So for those of us with drum brakes in the front you are good to go. Disc drivers have an additional step, the factory hubs are bevelled on the inner side of the hub, as such some of the new hub will need to be machined or ground off. I am taking mine to the shop that is just up the road to have that section milled off.

    Before and after pict's to follow.
    1968 GMC Handi-Bus Custom, 307 w/ powerglide
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