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69 cheverolet c10 what could be use a doner veichal for disc brakes??

anyone know what yr of chev that i can use the front disc to make my 69 c10 from drum to disc brakes without buying a kit?? thx!!

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Welcome to the site if you post your question in the proper section someone will come along to help you out. http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/susp...akes-steering/ . Not everyone checks the intro section.



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73-87 C10...... you will need the spindles, new ball joints and tie rod ends for the 73+ and it is a direct swap.....
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'71-72 will bolt right on and you'll have 5 on 5 bolt pattern. Should then change the rear axle shaftts to later 5 on 5 axles too and match them. My '69 C10 Suburban got this swap all around, along with HD swaybars, and she stops and corners like a new truck.
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