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I am adding a new 4 wheel power disc brake setup to my 69 Camaro. The car currently has power front disc brakes. My question is what will I need to add the power front disc brakes from my 69 camaro to a 69 Nova that is 4 wheel drum manual brakes? I need to reuse my 69 camaro steering arms for the new brakes, will the 69 nova steering arms fit the front power disc brakes that were on the 69 camaro? I believe that everything else will be a direct bolt on, such as the spindles, lines, power and master cylinder, prop valve, is this correct? Anything else that I will need to know about the install? Any other parts I will need? Thanks
 

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Steering arms will interchange.
Pretty much a direct swap from Camaro to Nova. They used the same subframe and brakes... just the usual drum to disc deal.
 

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Just follow however it was done on the Camaro.
If it is OE, you have to drill holes in the upper control arm on the Nova, and change all the hose brackets and lines. Chances are it will already be an aftermarket swap, and just be easy.
 

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Just follow however it was done on the Camaro.
If it is OE, you have to drill holes in the upper control arm on the Nova, and change all the hose brackets and lines. Chances are it will already be an aftermarket swap, and just be easy.
Why would you have to drill holes in the control arms?
 
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