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Username Post: el camino question        (Topic#347424)
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Reg: 09-21-17
09-30-17 03:46 PM - Post#2709311    

i have steering knuckles disc brakes and quick steering box from my 70 nova ss 350.i would like to know if they would work on my 66 el camino?

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10-02-17 06:38 PM - Post#2709565    
    In response to hop2it

No. The Nova box is rear steer (the box mounts behind the crossmember) and the El Camino box is front steer. The knuckles have the same problem. Though I have heard the knuckles with bolt on steering arms the arms can be reversed and used in front steer applications, but I don't know for sure. Nova coincides with Camaro parts, not Chevelle. The rotors and calipers may interchange, but I'd doubt it.

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12-25-17 05:33 PM - Post#2718989    
    In response to hop2it

I do believe the knuckles will fit

70 L camino, grampa engine, g-force 5 spd, road rage suspension. Pray first before all else fails.

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