Brian, I think these are the same ones referenced on post #46. At that time they were no longer available from that source. You might call the one you found and see if they have become available again.
The Dulaney adapters come with the required 4 bolts. They are ARP bolts M10.Just to clarify the Dulaney adapters are $500 for the pair.
Ken, can you tell us what size bolts are used to attach to upright?
Just curious, have you been tracking your car or has this been exclusively street use?“As the Wheel Turns” or in this case – wobbles.
I had upgraded my rear bearings to Timken level shortly before Howard had his rear wheel bearing/stub shaft failure. I was hoping I’d be good for a while, turns out “while” was less than 2000 miles. The wide wheels, heavy tires and HP proved too much for even one of the better OEM C4 solutions.
I now have the opportunity to implement our friend Howard’s solution for the (in my case) Gen I suspension uprights. I plan on ordering Driveshaft Shop C7 Stub axles (using the info on the closeup of Ken’s order receipt?) and GM Production level C7 bearing hubs. Everything else for my car will be minor machining as Howard lines out to finish.
What part number do I need for the C7 bearing set and where is the best (read quality US made part) place to buy them?
Thanks to all that contributed to these solutions.
Thanks Mesa, I saw you put the extra wide tires on your SL-C I am wondering if that is more of the culprit than your Supercharged engine.95% low stress street or highway, 5% spirited curvy road action.