Actually; the basic Dart/Aspen rotors were closer to 11"; which should work well on a 1963 Belvedere since it weighs about the same as the above models.valiant67 said:Yes, what you missed is there are sizes of rotors. The Dart used the smaller 10" rotors and 14" wheels will clear those.
If you want even better brakes, you can get the appropriate set of caliper adapters and run the 11.75" rotors from a later B body which do require 15" wheels to clear.
Correct; apparently the 1973-74 E bodies use the same spindles as the 1973-76 disc brake A body cars whereas the 1970-72 E's followed the same year B bodies, disc to disc or drum to drum.TWX said:Spindles changed on the B-body when "Quiet Ride" appeared in '73, and remained the same through '81 when the R-body sedans were discontinued. Late-B-body and E-body do not share the same spindles, I've compared a '72 Barracuda and a '73 Charger side-by-side and they're definitely not the same.