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|07-25-2011 01:49 PM|
my baer ones I was talking about
13 inch baer T4 disc brake kit
17 inch american racing wheels
|06-19-2011 11:04 AM|
|xconcepts||Yeah, I had check inline out already. Just was trying to find something from a salvage yard or something cheaper than 600+|
|06-18-2011 11:34 PM|
|dimitri||Check out inlinetube.com. They have all of the O E M brake booster, calipers, spindles, proportioning valves, etc. Everything you need to convert to power disc. There stuff is all made in the U S and fit great. Inline tube The brake plumbing experts|
|06-18-2011 03:51 PM|
Company I went with. Unfortunately I got a little crazy and went with their Stage 4 kit.
Disc Brake, Steering and Suspension Products for classic Chevy and Ford cars and trucks
|06-18-2011 02:44 PM|
|xconcepts||I can find an A body for the life of me. Every place I've called has said they crushed their older cars. Anyone know a place?|
|06-18-2011 02:29 PM|
I went with Baer Brakes Super Street system in the front, fits behind 15" wheels with no problems. Easy install, great performance, and I think it was around $900 with everything needed to convert from drum to disk. Looks good, too, with the drilled and slotted rotors and nice aluminum calipers. I left rear drums stock, I don't see a need to upgrade the rear given the weight distribution of the car and my plans for driving the car (cruising mostly).
That being said, if my car had been a stock disk brake car I would have left it stock, I think the stock system is fine for typical use on these cars. I converted my '71 Javelin to front disk with a stock set of parts, mostly because I couldn't find a reasonably priced aftermarket kit, but those stock brakes work great.
|06-10-2011 10:22 PM|
Originally Posted by 67chivo View Post
|06-10-2011 07:32 PM|
|67chivo||yea this wont be a daily driver maybe fri sat sun. as for the cost i figured around 2k for the front and back. I will change out the rims but thats not tell later. thanks for tips guys|
|06-09-2011 10:37 PM|
I redid everything on my 70, rotors, calipers, booster and Delco Master cylinder. Car stops like a champ. I bought the spindle conversion kit for my 66 at Daytona for $150. Then you use all the stock components to get away from the drums.
Are you really going to drive the car hard enough to justify $3500 worth of brakes? I'm not, I don't see any of my cars competing on track days..
|06-09-2011 07:13 PM|
|pontiac||if you plan to change rims, then go aftermarket brakes. But if you keep the 14s, then go the later factory GM model single caliper setup. Cheaper to do, and easy to get parts at any auto store.|
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