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Old 03-16-19, 09:32 PM
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GSL-SE lug pattern

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I have a 83 rx7 and want to conver over to the gsl-se lug patter. Whatís the easiest way? Getting full suspension from a gsl-se? Or is there other options? Thank you for the help
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Getting the full suspension is the easiest.
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Seems pretty hard to come by. Do you see it often?
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They are very rare nowadays.

If you had a 1984 or 1985 it would be much easier because then all you need are the rear axles/brakes/proportioning valve, etc. Then for the front just the brake components (rotors/calipers/etc). This is because the axle housings and front struts are the same. there are some small differences like the limited slip pumpkins etc but not enough to not make it work. The 1983 and below are what we call small axle and 1984/1985 are big axel.
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Originally Posted by KansasCityREPU View Post
They are very rare nowadays.

If you had a 1984 or 1985 it would be much easier because then all you need are the rear axles/brakes/proportioning valve, etc. Then for the front just the brake components (rotors/calipers/etc). This is because the axle housings and front struts are the same. there are some small differences like the limited slip pumpkins etc but not enough to not make it work. The 1983 and below are what we call small axle and 1984/1985 are big axel.
thank you for the info. Very informative. Iím in no rush so ill just have to piece together if possible
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