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    95 Camaro rearend

    how well (or not well) will a rearend from a 95 camaro fit?

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    It will take a welder and some new wheels but it will work

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    New wheels for both a 2wd and 4wd?

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    wait...why new wheels? dont they have the same bolt pattern?
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    they do...so thats why i was asking about new wheels...unless the backspacing comes into play or the disc brakes interefere somehow

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    a 95 camaro rearend is like 6 in longer then a 2wd blazers rear and 2in longer then a 4wd rear end

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    alright, that makes sense. whats the difference between a 4x4 front lowered say 3" and a camaro rear?
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    It will stick out, alot... regardless of 4x4 or 2x4
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    my friend billy has a camaro rearend in his s10 and his wheels have back spacing close to a front wheel drive rim. it doesnt really look good but it works
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    Why all the work? They are just 7 5/8" rear ends. You gotta cut, and weld, and get new rims. For something thats no better than a stock s-series rear.
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    he didnt do it, it was like that when he bought the truck. the rear was built up a little from what i understand.
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    its better than stock if it has posi, disc brakes, and its free

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