-97ish AWD Astro front hub dimensions please

-97ish AWD Astro front hub dimensions please

Postby Turbotarzan [OP] » February 24th 2014, 2:35pm

Does anyone know, or have a spindle or hub at hand they can measure, the 3-bolt pattern of the front hub from an AWD Chevy Astro? i.e the side that bolts to the spimdle.
I'd also like to know the center hole diametre needed to fit this hub in another spindle.
Looking to use Astro t-case to front diff to hubs in a roadster...
Cheers!
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Re: -97ish AWD Astro front hub dimensions please

Postby Turbotarzan [OP] » February 24th 2014, 7:00pm

Found it, or them actually. One sez 4.9 in., the other 5.0. Doesn't matter, I need 4.75:(
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