The rotor seems frozen to the hub
I assume brake rotor Remove wheel Remove caliper mounting bolts Slide caliper off rotor Rotor should "peel off" hub It may not not "peel-off" type if not: 1) pry off dust cover (center of hub) 2) remove cotter pin 3) remove lock washer 4) remove nut 5) "wiggle" wheel so wheel bearings fall out 6) slide rotor off hub
1969 Corvette L88
1969 yenko corvette
Yes, the block will fit.
Yes, they will.
A roadster is a convertible. The Stingray was the 1969-1977 Corvette model. The 1968 was the same body style, but was not called Stingray.
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69had chrome bumpers, 74 had rubber, end of frames are a little different.
Yes. But call the folks at Hooker and get a set of stainless steel headers and sidepipes. They rule.
The 1969 Corvette is a very distinctive autmobile. Boasting a 300cc V8 engine, two doors, and a choice of convertible or coupe styles, it remains an iconic symbol of cars among its era.
so whats the question on the vette diagram!!!
try the glove box
No, Not in a million years
it goes 117-170 mph
16,633 convertibles 22,129 coupes
Most auto parts stores carry a brake system diagram for a 1969 Corvette. Repair manuals often have the diagrams and are available at auto parts and book stores.
300HP for the base 327ci V8 and 350HP for the optional 327ci V8 for 1968. In 1969 Corvette had the same HP but switched to the 350ci V8 only for the smallblock. The Camaro still had a 327ci in 1969 but it was either a 205 or 210HP 2BBL.
No. 1968 and 1969 came with one driver's side mirror only.
The fastest Corvette is either the new 2009 ZR-1or the 1969 ZL-1 427. Both are extremely fast and powerful cars.
Please help....original radio not cutting it anymore