Depends on what size you want. If you want bigger tires on the back than on the front, you can run a 235 or 245 60R 14 on the rear and a 205 or 215 60/70R 14 on the front. Of course this depends on the off set of the rims and if the car has been lowered. This answer is under the assumption that the car is stock factory height and the stock or normal off sets.
It is located on the front, left side of the engine block down near the oil pan.
what about it?
stand in the front center of the car-reach under with your right hand-you will feel the lever - pull towards you to pop the hood
No, they're 2 totally different cars
yes, all 1979 Camaro Z28's came with a 3.73:1 posi traction rear end.
Depends on engine...
You can find a 1979 Chevrolet Camaro belt diagram at most Chevrolet dealerships. The belt diagram can also be found in Chevrolet service manuals.
1 8 4 3 6 5 7 2 It is also embossed into the intake right in front of the carburetor.
the fuse box on a 79 camaro is under the dash on the driver's side...its kinda shoved up there.
tightening sequence of what part?
Check the Firebird and Camaro seats.
Today they're a rare sight but back in 1979 they were pretty popular.
No. COMPLETELY different body shape. While I'm sure it's possible, it would take a LOT of modification to the front end AND the Chevelle body. And I mean a LOT of modification.
A 1979 Chevy Camaro can travel at speeds of up to 120 miles per hour. It an also complete the quarter mile in 16.4 seconds at 84 miles per hour.
No.....The 70-74 are the same. The 75-81 are the same. Firebird will work also.
In 1979 the speedometer was driven by cable. They went electronic in the early 80's.
how tdo you change air blower for 1979 camaro
driver side head