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This diff I have doesn't have brakes on it, so I can't give you disc to disc, but what I gave you should be close. But if you look at the measurements I got (5' 1" from backing plate to backing plate), that's 61", and I don't think the discs would be any further inward than the backing plates since the calipers bolt on to them, so I'd say that disc-to-disc probably wouldn't be less than 61", and definitely not less than 58"? If that's the case, then the rear end may not work for that guy?
__________________ 2002 Z28: M6, 3.73's, Strano Suspension (HP3) - Goes, Turns, Stops, and even Flies. 1993 Z28: Road Race car - LT1/T56 - SoloSprint #95 - Goes, Blows, Goes and Blows. 1973 Camaro: Dad's - 355, TH350, 4.10's. 1981 Z28: 383 c.i., TH350, 3.42's - sold August, 2000.