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I have no Idea on how to go about converting my fourwheel drum...to disc.....help....my cars a 69...should I go buy an expensive conversion kit or can I get this stuff at a salvage yard???

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1969 Camaro Coupe Dover white/ IceBlue Z28 Striping/standard Bl Int. Redline ARR wheels

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Your'e at the right place for info.
Lots of people here have done it.

I've posted some info on my web page and if you search the archives in the Suspension & Brakes section you will find a lot.

Go there and post when you have read my page and done the search of past messages.
David

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Look around for the spindles, backing plates, & disc brake brackets! Buy new rotors ,calipers, pads, & brake hoses. You can save a lot of money doing this. I found a complete outfit at a reasonable price the other day off of a 70 model Pontaic Lemans.

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But don't I need a Camaro disc-brake Booster

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I have a 68 that I put front disks brakes on, I bought a junked 74 Nova for $150 I bought new pads, hoses, had the rotors turned, put the whole system on i.e. booster, and it works way nice, and bolted rigth up. Also I have read that you need to avoid the really hard stops for the first 100 miles or so for it to all seat.
 
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