does 69 nova acadian brake drums fit these? i think they do...
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I would think they should be the same. They were 9.5" drums, becoming 5-lugs for 1964 when the V8s became available in the Chevy II / Acadian lines.
67 Chevelle Malibu Sport Coupe, Oshawa-built stocker 250 Powerglide 40,000 mile
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Carl Stevenson wrote:GM says rear 64-75. GM says front 64-68. I can check Hollander interchange tonight.
GM says rear 64-75. GM says front 64-68. I can check Hollander interchange tonight.
The fronts changed for 1969 probably because of the fins they added for heat dissipation. They will still fit a 65-67. The rears changed after 1975 because the U.S. braking standards became more demanding for the 1976 models. Rear brakes on A-bodies became larger for 76, even Jeep CJ5 models had to be upgraded to front disks for 76, again as part of the more demanding new standards.