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converting 9" ford rearend with 4.75 b.c. to disc brakes

I am wanting to convert a 9" rearend with redrilled to chevy 4.75 b.c. axles to a disc brake rear without buying the high buck aftermarket conversion, does anyone have any suggestions for this using parts store available rotors and calipers to where I can use or build mounting bracket. I would also like to have e-brake as part of the setup. all suggestions appreciated. Thanks CarMazed

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Welcome to HRBB. this is a good place.
take the rotors to a machine shop and have them drilled to your 4.75' pattern. Here is a site that someone posted here recently that has some inexpensive brackets
Look around here on the site, search the posts and the knowledge base. there is alot of info here re rear disc setups.hope this helps, mikey
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