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Old 01-07-2003, 09:59 PM
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Post fr. disc swap to 65 ekcamino.

whats the best, easiest parts car to use for d/b swap to 65 elkie??? every part from bone yard. p/b booster needed too.
yhanks for all info. greatly apprecieated.

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use 69-72 chevelle,cutlass,442,gs,skylark,gto,lemans,malibu, monte carlo disc brakes,I have put many sets of disc brakes on my different chevelles.all will bolt on,use the dual master cylinder and power unit,the spindles will bolt on.the later power unit will bolt on the firewall.make sure you get all the brake lines from the master cylinder to the distrubition/proportioning and the front brake lines,plus the valve itself.on the early chevelles,64-66 you will need to split the system,this is why you will need the later model valve and front brake lines.hardest thing to do is to double flare the line to the rear brakes,the fitting are different to the rear,so save the newer fittings,you will need them.This change over is a piece of cake.Good Luck.
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