Stefanie Davis wrote:
> Does anyone have any knowledge about a way to convert the rear brakes to
> disks? I'd love to have disk brakes all around. My 71 BGT had lots of
> spiders calling the calipers and rear drums home when I finally pulled the
> brakes off yesterday. Just another reason why a car should never sit
> unattended for 8 years.
> any help greatly appreciated!
> 70 degrees and sunny in CA,
stef, you don.t need rear disc conversion. we supply a very good kevlar
lined rear brake shoe set (works well, high coeffeicient of friction and
reasonably priced) plus a neat caliper upgrade that allows fitting of
bigger pads - about 17% more pad area on the stock rotor. let us know
if we can help. regards, ted
TS Imported Automotive
404 Basinger Rd.
Pandora, Ohio, USA 45877
Ph. 800/543-6648 (sorry, USA only)
Ph. 419/384-3022 - tech./general information
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