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Originally posted by Cliff Pennock:

Just wanted to say this thread has been viewed over 25,000 times already. Wow. Just wow.

And this thread is full of creative ingenuity...

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Originally posted by Cliff Pennock:

Just wanted to say this thread has been viewed over 25,000 times already. Wow. Just wow.

Amazing isn't it. When you first started this forum did you ever think it would grow to over 10,000 members, receive so much traffic and generate so much interest? Threads like this can be enjoyed thanks to people like cliff and bubbajoe who put a lot of work into everything they do. Way to go guys

Edit: Happy CANADIAN Thanksgiving haha ... I'm grateful for this forum and fieros

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Cliff Pennock
just like to say THANK YOU for making this possible

I just hope others enjoy seeing what goes into building a custom Fiero
and are helped by some of my ideas I Know I have and thanks to all who
have contributed to the project with there Ideas as well

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HAPPY THANKS GIVING TO YOU as well as all the other Canadians here on the forum
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This car is going to be one of the all time greatest Fieros. I'm simply amazed at the work you do, Bubba. Unbelievable.
I wish I could give you another +.
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Originally posted by Cliff Pennock:

Just wanted to say this thread has been viewed over 25,000 times already. Wow. Just wow.

Would it be advisable to make a backup somewhere? I'd hate for it to get corrupted and lost like some of the O/T threads did.

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one page back is a link to the new webpage I have put up for this project and hope it last as long as my original web site
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A fiero you can make out in.
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Bubbajoe - this is the best thread going - 25,000 views and counting! Absolutely amazing how everyone on PFF has been pitching in to help you out with ideas and photoshop mock ups. Where abouts are you? I live in Burlington and would love to drop by, say hello, and see your creation. Of course I'd bring Tim Hortons coffee and a few donuts. Keep up the great work!
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Would it be advisable to make a backup somewhere? I'd hate for it to get corrupted and lost like some of the O/T threads did.

Already done.

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I live in Toronto Queen and Ronsonvalles area your welcome to come by any time
give me a call 647 899 4690 and we will setup a day

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Was just thinking about ventilation. i see a couple people have mentioned heat wich is what i was contemplating as well. You might be able to put a couple small vents at the rear just above the exhaust. If you made little slits and angled them downward you would never notice them even being there. Also I was wondering if you had in the plans some lift struts for that heavy deck lid. Are you going to use the factory fiero latch to hold the lid down or are you making some custome latches. There is a lot of really nice designs implemented here, keep up the good work. Cant wait to see the final pics.

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installing a custom latch hook using the stock fiero latch reenforced to the camaro deck as the steel iner shell from the camaro hatch was kept in tact

have a custom rear bumper im mind just working out how to implement it

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will be posting pics of my wheels for stretch tonight
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well here it goes these are the wheels I am putting on the car

Now I have to put the hub upgrade on the car to be able to bolt the wheels on
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Awesome choice.... you never cease to amaze me!
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hub swap so I can install the wheels
first of all I removed the brake caliper and rotor to get access to the old hub
so it can be removed

with the hub removed I installed the concentric ring for the new seal surface

now that the ring is pressed on I can install the larger corvair hub with the correct bolt circle

with the hub installed the rotor now sits 5/8 of an inch closer to the spindle witch mens my brake adapter must be 1/4
of an inch thick so off to the shed I got to make a new one .
With that done I installed the front wheels and they fit perfect and with the larger front bearing less chance of failure

and the wheel is more centered over the rear bearing so less stress on the front bearing.

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Wonder what corvette owners will think when they see your wheels and brakes

Looks great Joe!

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very nice - how will you do the rear hubs?
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imagine the look on his face when he see's whats in the rear under the glass
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S10 bearings and pontiac 6000 uprights or I will have the S10 bearing hub remachined to fit the fiero bearing .
I have done the S10 6000 swap before and it works ok


here is the link to the rear setup

http://www.fortunecity.com/skyscraper/switch/67/id205.htm

here are a few of my options I have used
http://www.fortunecity.com/skyscraper/switch/67/id20.htm

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The Corvette rims/tires?

Are they 275/45/18 rears and 245/45/18 fronts? 18x9's rear and 17x8's front?

Nice choice. I would hate to see this car having small rims.


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Man that looks great. This has turned into the best thread ever IMO. I cant wait for more updates!

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the rears are 18X9.5 with 275 40 ZR 18's
but you are right on with the fronts
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275's hot diggity dog! Do please post a rear view pic once you mount those bad puppies on!

Question? Do yu think the rear will stick out past the body?

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Originally posted by bubbajoexxx:

S10 bearings and pontiac 6000 uprights or I will have the S10 bearing hub remachined to fit the fiero bearing .
I have done the S10 6000 swap before and it works ok


So the S10 Bearing and the 6000 bearing are the same except for the flange/bolt pattern? Are the axle splines of the 6000 and the S10 the same? And, I assume, that the S10 bearing is from the front of a 4x4? What years?

This is good stuff. Thanks for sharing,

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the inside diamiter of the upright must be opened up about 20 thou for the bearing to fit and the flange has a round bolt hole that has to be notched to get access to the bolts to tighten them up and the S10 axle end will fit the end of a fiero manual axle
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ditto.

Your site says "prepared" upright. what needs to be done to prepare it? Any machining? Or is is a direct swap in part for the Fiero upright?

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the up right is a direct bolt in with the 115 bolt patern but if you use the S10 4x4 front bearing you need to open up the hole 2 about 20 thou will give the exact sizes when i post the rear swap
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This is awsome
I think is great that you will be using Corvette wheels, please continue to keep us posted.
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Wow this is one bada$$ mutt. I haven't looked at this thread in months, I lots interest when it was young but WOW.

Bubbajoe you are truely an artist!

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here are a few of pics of the shreck (as my wife calls it) with the vette wheels 17X9.5 with 315x35x17 rubber the same width as 275 40 18's


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Originally posted by bubbajoexxx:

S10 bearings and pontiac 6000 uprights or I will have the S10 bearing hub remachined to fit the fiero bearing .
I have done the S10 6000 swap before and it works ok


here is the link to the rear setup

http://www.fortunecity.com/skyscraper/switch/67/id205.htm

here are a few of my options I have used
http://www.fortunecity.com/skyscraper/switch/67/id20.htm

So you did finally do the machining to make the bearing actually seat on the knuckle?

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so the 275's fit on with coilovers?
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Originally posted by bubbajoexxx:

here are a few of pics of the shreck (as my wife calls it) with the vette wheels 17X9.5 with 315x35x17 rubber the same width as 275 40 18's

Just a heads up, 275/40-18 and 315/35-17 tires are not the same width.

The first number is the tread width in milimeters, so the 275/40-18 is 275mm wide adn the 315/35-17 is 315mm wide.
Also, the 315/37-17 is 1 inch less in diameter than the 275/40-18.

Love this thread, though! Incredible work!!

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So Bubbaxxxx when do you think your project will be finished? Any Shows?

Oh yeah I think you referring to over-all height of the two tires mentioned? 275 & 315?

A 275/40/18 is 26.66 and a 315/35/18 is 25.68

The width for a 315 is 12.40 and a 275 is 10.82

I have a 275 and a 305 but couldn't find a 315 in 20's.

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the pics are to show that the tires will fit under the fiero with the coil overs as the stock spring interfer with tire size

I am hoping to have it done in the spring paint and all

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the fit is so close that only a small amount needs to be removed the first ones I did I removed the extra material with sanding brums and it worked fine
now I going to se if I can reduce the size of the bearing surface to match the fiero bearing shells If so iI will go that rout
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tire sizes dont mean much if they wont go under the car the above pics are just to show what will fit and what I know will go under the car as I have already done it
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Bubbajoe.. I'm real interested in this because I am using ZR-1 wheels on my 355 kit. I need to change the bolt pattern to 5x4.75. I'm not really all the 'up' on suspension stuff. I did glance at your site and it might as well be in ancient Egyption! haha.. Any hints on parts will be appreciated. Also, if you make and sell any of the adaptor type parts that I will need, please let me know...

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