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1968 Bolt Pattern?

Okay, here's my stupid question for the week... What is the proper bolt pattern for a '68 Camaro? 4-1/2" or 4-3/4"? I know how to measure it, but I want to know what the bolt pattern is as supplied? Checking authenticity...

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Re: 1968 Bolt Pattern?

5 on 4 3/4

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Re: 1968 Bolt Pattern?

HI JIM,
Unless someone has changed the rear end to something other than factory it should be 4 3/4 bolt pattern
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Re: 1968 Bolt Pattern?

Thanks guys. Would anyone happen to know the bolt pattern for a 1968 Nova?

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Okay thanks. I'm good to go.

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Re: 1968 Bolt Pattern?

Fwiw, you can pick up a wheel stud bolt pattern checker from Mosers and others for not much money, (if not for free), if they are at a big Nat's Show!!


Or maybe send them a big shipping envelope w/ another one SASE'd inside it and ask for onna their free cardboard jobbers...... You never know!!

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