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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Aug 18th, 03, 01:54 PM Thread Starter
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I got full setup from a junkyard in Tulsa via the net but all they could tell me is that they will fit a 1st gen. Boxes arrived all looks well, but I would like to know who the donor was, so when I go and get hoses and other parts I have an idea of what I'm asking for. Its a front steer, (will reuse my sreering arms) Caliber casting # 5470875 Delco Moraine, Backing plate #5463566, Combo valve #KH86702. The valve seems to be one that is mounted on frame rail and the the brts that brake hoses are attached too seem to the type that are mounted on the side of the frame rail not the top. Thanks

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Do you have some pics that might help? Probably the best thing to do is, go to your parts store with these parts and just use them as a core for the camaro parts you know will fit. Some parts stores will let you do this and it should save you some headaches. As for the brkts you'll probably have to make your own and drill and tap the frame for them. Goodluck

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If the spindles are right, it's probably from an A-body.
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You can buy the correct rebuilt single piston calipers from NAPA auto parts for around $35 each. I was skeptical until I went there and they are an exact match to my original ones. [img]graemlins/thumbsup.gif[/img]

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Thanks guys, figured it out, the booster they sent me was from a 69 firebird everything else is from a 70 lemans. Swapped out the booster for a 70 lemans booster so now I have a complete swap, I know the bird booster would work but I wanted a complete setup, pics on web site

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