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BodiesByJoe BodiesByJoe
New User | Posts: 2 | Joined: 10/07
Posted: 10/23/07
09:09 PM

ok kids here gos this is my first post here so i am going to try to make it a good one .
i have a 1970 chevy pickup long bed .i am going to try a disc break swap and keep the 6lug wheels ,
i have been told that i can use a 1973 doner truck for spindles and a arms and then use a 1991 3/4 ton 6 lug rotor to get the ,6 lug setup .i am going to take pictures and post them if anyone wants to see them. if anyone has done this and wants to help with any info please reply to this ...thanks  bandit  

John Gilbert John Gilbert
Guru | Posts: 1148 | Joined: 08/06
Posted: 10/24/07
01:06 PM

3/4-ton is an 8-lug. '66 was the last year for 6-lug. You must be talking about a 3/4-ton '70 Chevy, yeah?  

BodiesByJoe BodiesByJoe
New User | Posts: 2 | Joined: 10/07
Posted: 10/26/07
07:40 PM

NO i was thinking of for a 1991 Chevrolet Truck C2500 3/4ton P/U 2WD the part number is 5572 and the price is $63.99
i went to autozone andc looked at a 1973 chevy and the 1991 chevy Brake Rotor thet use the same Wheel Bearing part number    15103S  so it should work .i am going to put the 1973 disc break on the 1970 and the swap out the 1991 rotor so i can keep my 6 lug wheel and have disc breaks  

reelturns reelturns
New User | Posts: 1 | Joined: 10/12
Posted: 02/25/13
05:53 PM

Hello,
I know this is an old post. I thought the same thing. 1991 C2500 or 3/4 ton GVW 7800 is 6 lug and the bearings will all work, in fact the rotor fits on perfect............but the rotor sets more outboard, the inner brake pad will not go out far enough to hit the rotor and there is no room to even put on the outer brake pad. I tried it does not work.