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Author Topic:   Camaro 9" Floater width?
15a
Member
posted January 21, 2003 10:30 PM
the best deal i've seen is in the back of the racing magazines. schreiner sells them for $850 complete.


sixwillwin
Member
posted January 22, 2003 10:55 AM
Schreiner isnt that great of a deal, 5/8 studs cost extra and they use thier own hubs and driveplates, so if you need one at the track prolly not going to happen. Coleman sells theirs complete for under $900, thats for their new LW hubs and rotors, and alot of places have Winters and Afco hub ones for $1000. Been shopping for one myself and Ive called about everyone.


c21
Member
posted January 22, 2003 11:06 AM
a stock camaro is 61.5 wide.

Schreiner rear hubs are not his own, they are in many diff parts books. I dont have my book, but they are in lefthander.

the rotors they come with are only 10.5 inches thats good for less unnecessary inertia.

i had to put sleeves on both sides of my schreiner, or it leaked axle fluid.

the rearend cost me 910.00 delivered. and it was custom made, 62.5 with a 2 inch extra pinion offset to the left, for a camaro with a ford rf lower and motor offset 1" left...

sixwillwin
Member
posted January 22, 2003 10:03 PM
66jj:
I talked to Ron Schreiner himself on the phone less than ONE WEEK ago and HE TOLD me that the hubs and driveplates were their own self made pieces! Maybe he told you some thing else, I dont know, maybe something else just happens to work on his housings, I dont know. You lose on this one.


66jj
Member
posted January 23, 2003 05:16 PM
Sixwillwin, what do I lose??? Do tell?? I cant sleep!!!


doug demoss
Member
posted January 24, 2003 09:31 AM
We offer a floater in 58,60,61,for 825.00 + frt. It uses winters style ends . Our ends are the lightest weight out there and uses comon parts and bearings. We are in Iowa.515-232-0126


15a
Member
posted January 28, 2003 10:03 PM
any more opinions?


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