GM Disc Brake Conversion Kits
Upgrading your classic cars braking system is one of most cost effective and overall best thing you can do. It's now a lot easier thanks to the people at Right Stuff. These disc brake conversion kits have everything you need to convert your muscle car to 4 wheel disc brake system. Everything is ready to be installed right out of the box no custom fabricating needed.Kits Contain:
Does this move the placement of the wheels will I have any clearance issues
Are Right Stuff disc brakes primary made in USA
Is it possible for this kit to work with 14" wheels? I currently have 11" Dodge Dart drums on my 1965 Plymouth Barracuda with spacers. Would these fit without a wheel replacement?
It says it is a 4 wheel kit. The instructions describe only enough for the front? Is this a true 4 wheel kit?
do these brake conversion kits come with any type of instructions. Or am I completely on my own?
Is this factory rotors for the 350 motor in a 72 Chevelle! Also I am thinking about just buying the front disc conversion but cannt find it! Also I would like to buy the tubular control arms to go with it and if I need new shocks?
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