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Anyone have a set of 65-73 4 bolt drum spindles they are willing to part with? I currently have a complete Granada disc setup i would be willing to trade for if interested. Im in So-cal

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I'm not sure we are on the same page. I believe all 4-lug spindles/hubs came on 6 cyl cars, at least for 65-68. V-8 cars got the 5-lug set up. Are you referring to something else when you say 4-bolt?
 

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All Drum Spindles are 4 bolt.

There are many drum spindles:

1964 - 1966 6 cylinder spindles, have a C3 on the back side.
1964 to 1966 V8 spindles, and have a C4 or C5 on the back.
1967 - 1969 V8 and 6 cylinder spindles, have a C6 on the back
1970 V8 and 6 cyl have a D0 on the back
1971 - 1973 have a D1 on the back.

Beware of C3 V8 spindles, Comet, look like 65 66 V8 and the C3 can be smudged to look like a C5, but the tie rod hole is wrong.

There is also a C9 that has the 1970 big pin, but the 65 66 V8 tie rod hole.

This does not include the various 1968 + disk brake spindles.
 

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I'm not sure we are on the same page. I believe all 4-lug spindles/hubs came on 6 cyl cars, at least for 65-68. V-8 cars got the 5-lug set up. Are you referring to something else when you say 4-bolt?
I current setup is a 3 bolt Granada disc spindle, I'm upgrading my brakes to a wilwood disc that requires a V8 4 bolt spindle. sorry for the confusion, I have been looking at way too many different spindles setup and no longer know which way is up:rolleyes:
 
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