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Help! Buying a V2 rear for my V1 what to check??

 
Old 03-15-2019, 07:24 AM
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Default Help! Buying a V2 rear for my V1 what to check??

Well I screwed up and forgot my wrench set at home before I took off to work this morning, and I won't be able to go back before I head off

Anyone know what size the bolt is to drain diff lube? Really wanna check that before I buy.

Secondly the guy is saying that it came from an auto car (3.42 sucks but I'm getting a smoking deal) are there any cast numbers or tags to prove that it came from a V car instead of just a regular 2nd Gen CTS?
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Do you know what it takes to bolt in? Or do you already have a V2 cradle?
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Do you know what it takes to bolt in? Or do you already have a V2 cradle?
Yeah to an extent, I've been doing a lot of reading. It ended up checking out, and I feel like I stole it.

Got all this for $500. It came from an auto V2 which is 3.42 and I don't mind that. It's eventually getting an LSA so maybe a taller gear won't make 1st completely useless.

I will do a detailed build/swap thread with pictures as I add parts.
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Also ordered this piece. Thinking about ordering 2 cause of the limited run.

Now I just gotta figure out how to change the lug pattern on the Aztek front hubs, cut some V1 springs and I should be able to put this heavy sucker in by the end of the month
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Aztek front hubs? What's that about?
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Old 03-16-2019, 08:50 PM
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Aztek front hubs? What's that about?
It's based off if everything I've found in here. I would normally do the full 5x115 swap but I already have two good sets of 6x115 with good tires.

https://ls1tech.com/forums/cadillac-cts-v-2004-2007-gen-i/1845617-v2-v1-rear-subframe-swap.html
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Ah, got it. It's been a while since I had looked at that thread, I had forgotten about that detail.
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Someone just added that Chevy uplander hubs are 6/115 with 33 spline and the correct sensor plug
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