Afraid I don't know the answers to any of your questions, (never
changed the disks on my '69 in some 60000 miles.) but I always
thought that inboard rear disk brakes would be pretty cool. Move a
lot of unsprung weight inboard with additional braking capacity.
> Not that it was a big savings, but I thought I'd mention, for anyone else
> that's interested that I purchased a set of cross-drilled rotors for the
> spitfire for $172.00 from Spit Bits. (Moss wanted $180.00 for a set.)
> Is it my imagination or does it seem that the front rotors wear out at
> about twice as fast a rate as the rear drums?
> Also, how difficult is it to modify the rear wheels to disk brakes?
> Terry L. Thompson
> 1976 Spit 1500 (in need of new front rotors)