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Old 04-21-2012, 09:35 PM
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Brake conversion kit for 1950 Plymouth coupe

Hi there anyone knows where I could purchase a brake conversion kit for a 1950 Plymouth 3 window coupe. Thanks for all the help

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My son has a 36 Plymouth there has been quite a few discussions in the past here on HR, do a search for brakes listing the various years of your body style and you should find quite a few
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Fatman Fabrications have front end kits for old Mopar.
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ball joint suspension.

I think there are kits to just add discs to your existing ball joint suspension.
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I am using the kit from RustyHope on my 48 Plymouth coupe. Uses Volare rotors and S10 calipers. Other than drilling/tapping the three spindle mounting holes to a slightly larger size it is a direct bolt on.
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Give these guys a try.
http://www.scarebird.com/
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Thanks I will , what's the price on the conversion kit ?
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rustyhope.com can help you out. Disc brake conversions for the old Mopars, and terrific technical assistance should you have any questions or problems. Check him out before you purchase a conversion kit. You'll be glad you did.
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Thanks for the reply Oldguy48 it's my first project car
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