Join Date: Nov 1999
Location: Central California, USA
Re: Caliper Bracket Rub On Wheel
I found this on an earlier post as contributed by Vintage 68:
Chevy (GM) didn't make the rims - they were contract manufactured mainly by Kelsy-Hayes Corp. during the 60's and 70's and yes, they made lots of different rims those first years of discs that will only work with drums.
The codes for wheels that will fit with Disc barakes are way to many to list here and really most wheels off post 1970 cars will fit disc brake cars as discs became standard then. I have listed several of the codes from my pocket cheat-sheet that I look for when I come across swap meet wheels that may be of help to you in you search.
*14 x 6" = AE,XB,XE,XF,XG,YB
*14 x 7" = AO,YA,YJ,YW
Most of these codes come from 68-70 cars so at least you have a starting point. These are not just 'Rally' codes, some are plain type wheels that will work with discs.
Check my web page for First Gen Camaro suspension info:
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67 RS 327 original owner. 1965 Lola T-70