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Old 01-03-2004, 07:09 AM
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disc brake conversion

I have a 68 GTO am looking for information on converting shoes to dics,have no booster and also do I need different master cylinder,thanks for anf info.
Rick

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The Knowledge Base Ěhas all the info you will need on that project.

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You can check out the Company Reviews here also.

There are a lot of companies who make complete conversions that will fit your application.

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Hey 68goat,
I'm sorry to say that I don't know how to convert your shoes over to discs, but I just wanted to talk to you about your gto. I have a 68 gto convertible, and I love it. Is yours stock? With the 400 ci engine? Send a few pics of your car!! And good luck with any of your projects, let me know how they come out.

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I think the Chevelles , Cutlas and Buicks will all fit too. What exact year Im not sure.
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