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Are the drums new? I have been looking for some for my El Camino for the future when the present aluminum drums may be worn past limits. The ones i have now came from a G body, maybe a Buick GN, but not sure. I can not find a supplier that sells them. I would also like to pick up a set of 11"x2" with the 5 on 4 3/4 pattern.
 

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Are the drums new? I have been looking for some for my El Camino for the future when the present aluminum drums may be worn past limits. The ones i have now came from a G body, maybe a Buick GN, but not sure. I can not find a supplier that sells them. I would also like to pick up a set of 11"x2" with the 5 on 4 3/4 pattern.
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nova10sec, thanks again for the drums
I saw this, were they new or was it a used set he had laying around? Maybe I should have asked, "do you know any place that still sells aluminum drums?"
I like them on the Elky, besides looking cool it greatly reduced the unsprung wieght in the rear.
 

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Here are some listed on ebay. I am a little short of funds or I would buy them for spares. If you are interested in bidding might be a good idea to have him take them to a brake shop and get them measured first. It is hard to tell if they have been resurfaced by looking and no actual measurement is given.
 
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