Re: New brake lines for 4-drum-to-4-disc conversion
Yes, I shopped around for a while. There are some kits out there for less but you get less. Smaller rotors, less than 4 piston calipers, etc. Looks and quality were important to me and this is why I ended up with Wilwood. A lot of good threads here about Wilwood, including from Frank/Prodigy. I get just about all of my stuff through Summit Racing for two reasons. One, they will match anyone's price on the same product even though their prices tend to be the lowest most of the time and two, they offer same as cash financing for 12 months via their Summit credit card. I dug around all over the web for the Wilwood setup but I was not able to beat Summit prices. A lot of other places false advertise the "same" kit but then you find out that it's extra for the drilled/slotted rotors and for red calipers. $100 extra for this and a $100 extra for that and then you are above the Summit's price. As long as you make sure you pay the balance off in 12 months, you can’t beat the “free money” and it’s much less hit on the wallet as you’re paying it off in smaller chunks at time.
Plumber – that explains why you made your own brake lines. A task that you could probably do in your sleep.
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