thanx Mike. A buddy knew I was looking for front disc breaks for my '68. He told me he has breaks that would fit my car that had never been used. I didn't ask him what year, but he knows my car is a '68. He said they were specific to Z-28s.
thanks Robert. I had never heard of the Z getting different brakes. I think he meant they were going on a Z-28 but never put on. He's built a bunch of these cars, can't imagine him making that mistake.
The only other thing I've seen listed as "different" for the Z28 was the power booster. A lot of parts houses seem to list the Z28 as having a Bendix booster versus a Delco Moraine booster for "everything else".
One other thing to note -- the 67/68 cars used the 4-piston calipers as Robert mentioned and the '69+ cars used the single piston calipers. The original-style 4-piston calipers tend to be leak prone due to the piston seal design (or so I'm told). If the price is right, it might be worth the risk, but if you're going from scratch, I'd suggest looking at the '69 style setup, which should bolt right up...
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