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Old 09-06-2006, 10:41 PM
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48 ply, disc brakes

Any one in here know of any thing I can use for a front disc conversion for my 48 plymouth coupe,, I know theres cut and weld in clips for them,,but I'm wondering if theres some thing out there that will just go on there with some modified bearings and a made caliper bracket?? any help???

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Fatman Fabrications. Has the disc brake kits. Saves time. I have one on my 48 Dodge Business coupe. Also dropped spindles. Cavalier R/P steering.
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I have a kit for my '49 Chrysler from www.rustyhope.com that will also fit 46-48 Plymouth.
Check out www.p15-d24.com Very active and informative forum for your Plymouth
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