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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old Apr 15th, 07, 11:33 AM Thread Starter
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Right Stuff Detailing

I'm needing to put a brake system on my '67 RS Camaro. I would like to upgrade the front to disc brakes, and found a great deal on a conversion kit. The seller says it's the brand 'Right Stuff Detailing' ( http://www.rightstuffdetailing.com/about_us.htm ). The company I'm thinking of buying it from says that it includes a lifetime warranty (If purchased through them).

Any info on the brand?

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old Apr 15th, 07, 12:17 PM
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Re: Right Stuff Detailing

They are located just outside Columbus Ohio. I bought some rear brake lines from them. I was very pleased with the quality. I have not visited them but I think they are a good company. You can buy directly from Right Stuff.....it may save you some $$.

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Re: Right Stuff Detailing

Bought my conversion kit from them.Could not be any happier with the product or the customer service.
Went together easy as could be and made a world of difference in the braking performance.

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Re: Right Stuff Detailing

I changed all my brake lines with the right stuff lines.
though the lines needed a slight bit of tweaking they went in with no problems.
What i did have a problem with is that I had a 2 piece rear brake line and the brass coupling was stripped out upon tightening.
But it wasnt too big a problem cuz most parts store have them for less than a buck.
overall I give them a thumbs up


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They made custom SS fuel lines for me based on my originals. Very good folks to work with.


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I used their conversion power disk kit. Great kit, great support.

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Re: Right Stuff Detailing

They had a booth set up at the Auto Fair at Lowe's Motor Speedway this weekend. I met and chatted with the owner who is a Camaro nut and owns several Camaros himself. While building my car I bought some brake line parts from them and recognized their technical expertise.
If the need arises I'll do business with them again.

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I've purchased several items from them over the years, no problems. Good company!

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I have known the owner (Dave Roberts) since he had a little shop that specialized in 1st gen. products. He has build a very good business off of his reputation and knowledge. You can call the local number 740-965-8720 to order the new catalog. If you order it online it may not be the new one. they are changing the website soon also. If you have any questions ask for Dave personally.
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I bought new brake and fuel lines from them this winter, highly recommended.





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