1984 ElCO Rear disc brake upgrade...

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Did a search didn't find much specific to this, so started a thread to motivate me to get this done... hopefully it works but at any rate i will post progress and figure it out, as far as a specific kit/bracket etc...and prices

half off at junk yard (half off day) so picked up some brakes of an f-body, i may need to go back cause i forgot the ebrake cable and bracket for hose (not sure if i need it though)...
i put the ebrake disc etc back onto the rotor to keep all that stuff together... will be working on it next weekend... if someone has a link for this exact set up, please post here so easier to find, if not...

cost me $65ish so far





 

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saving spot for me to edit later and keep it all up front
 

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saving spot for me to edit later and keep it all up front... i will come back and post in these top four posts for the most part and add a post at end so people know it is updated or finished...did it this way instead of editing one post for those who need a major upgrade on their computers due to picture sharing...lol
 

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I would think so only reason I like adjustable is you can really fine tune stuff. On my buddies chevelle we got an adjustable I can shut his rear brakes off and use just the front or vice versa its kinda cool
 
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