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Old 12-19-2008, 05:19 AM
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Hello everyone, we are getting near to setting the drive train on my 34 project and so far all is going well, however I'm wondering if anyone has an idea as to if the spindles on the 34 are the same or close to that of the 39p7 my dad and I built 17,000 miles ago the reason is because he fitted GM rotors and calipers on the stock front end after rebuilding it and it's my job to seek info on this subject. I know he could figure it out or may have already but I have to come up with some ideas/ info . I'm not going for the big bucks for a stang IFS because this is like the 39p7 "a low buck project" . He is going to install the same GM R&P as he did on the 39p7 among other parts and items that he came up with on that build that was just a bit over 6000 bucks . A thanks in advance to every one's input , and the best to all for the holiday season .
foot notoe: " Twice at Macungie's wheels of time I saw a 34 like i have with the stock front end with Gm disc brakes on it but could never find the owner to get the info as to what they used or where they got the system . "

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first of all it is Christmas, not real sure what your education is but it is not a holiday thats is something like the 4 of july .. that is a holiday.

I assume the axle you want to add the brakes too is an ''I" beam type. that being said a disk conversion is a very easy up grade, all the parts can be had from sources like speedway, a kit would be in the neighborhood of about 250 - 350, and if you are real good at iding parts one could do it for around 100 plus the over the counter parts .. most are built around camero or mustang brake parts, the rotors and calipers . hope I have been just as vague as your happy holiday reference

see how meaningless these PC moronic comments provide the information one seeks

Merry Christmas that is the season
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first of all it is Christmas, not real sure what your education is but it is not a holiday thats is something like the 4 of july .. that is a holiday.

I assume the axle you want to add the brakes too is an ''I" beam type. that being said a disk conversion is a very easy up grade, all the parts can be had from sources like speedway, a kit would be in the neighborhood of about 250 - 350, and if you are real good at iding parts one could do it for around 100 plus the over the counter parts .. most are built around camero or mustang brake parts, the rotors and calipers . hope I have been just as vague as your happy holiday reference

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Merry Christmas that is the season

Well, first off I don't know what your education is on cars but the 34 Chrysler
has a IFS, and If I'm not mistaken it was the first year for that and unlike 4ord
they( Chrysler ) had juice brakes. As for your pun about the term "Holiday "
educate yourself a little >
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christmas .

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holiday

and don't forget this one >

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Season

Thanks and have a HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Happy

I remember when Abbott and Costello did a skit no the word "ASSUME "
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first of all it is Christmas, not real sure what your education is but it is not a holiday thats is something like the 4 of july .. that is a holiday.

I assume the axle you want to add the brakes too is an ''I" beam type. that being said a disk conversion is a very easy up grade, all the parts can be had from sources like speedway, a kit would be in the neighborhood of about 250 - 350, and if you are real good at iding parts one could do it for around 100 plus the over the counter parts .. most are built around camero or mustang brake parts, the rotors and calipers . hope I have been just as vague as your happy holiday reference

see how meaningless these PC moronic comments provide the information one seeks

Merry Christmas that is the season
Might be a good Idea to leave your religion belief's at the door when you come on the a forum! Everyone is entitled to have their own opinion on that matter.

P.S. Not sure of your education either, but please learn how to spell CAMARO!

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Hello everyone, we are getting near to setting the drive train on my 34 project and so far all is going well, however I'm wondering if anyone has an idea as to if the spindles on the 34 are the same or close to that of the 39p7 my dad and I built 17,000 miles ago the reason is because he fitted GM rotors and calipers on the stock front end after rebuilding it and it's my job to seek info on this subject. I know he could figure it out or may have already but I have to come up with some ideas/ info . I'm not going for the big bucks for a stang IFS because this is like the 39p7 "a low buck project" . He is going to install the same c as he did on the 39p7 among oth*************** and items that he came up with on that build that was just a bit over 6000 bucks . A thanks in advance to every one's input , and the best to all for the holiday season .
foot notoe: " Twice at Macungie's wheels of time I saw a 34 like i have with the stock front end with Gm disc brakes on it but could never find the owner to get the info as to what they used or where they got the system . "

Thank's Becky

Any updates regarding your drive train and 39p7? I just need to finish installing some seats before Christmas comes.

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Any updates regarding your drive train and 39p7? I just need to finish installing some seats before Christmas comes.
Ok, I got ask, What's a 39p7??
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Ok, I got ask, What's a 39p7??
I was wondering that also .

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drive train, whats a p7......

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Any updates regarding your drive train and 39p7? I just need to finish installing some seats before Christmas comes.
Well the deal with My Mom to let my dad and I build a project car was
to use the bench seat that came with the rust bucket, as before they( my
Mom and Dad got married they built a 37 4ord coupe . But my Dad sold
it just a few months before I was born , guess he was as he is now with one
foot over the line. Nuff said . All that we did on the Project_1939p7 can be
found here > wrongshop.tripod.com/id32.html
That isn't the home page but it's all in there , disc brake set up, power R&P
and all the other things he came up with . If you can't find the info on the site
just email him or just Google 1939p7 .

CHEERS
Becky
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Any updates regarding your drive train and 39p7? I just need to finish installing some seats before Christmas comes.
Hello everyone, we are getting near to setting the drive train on my 34 project and so far all is going well, however I'm wondering if anyone has an idea as to if the spindles on the 34 are the same or close to that of the 39p7 my dad and I built 17,000 miles ago the reason is because he fitted GM rotors and calipers on the stock front end after rebuilding it and it's my job to seek info on this subject. I know he could figure it out or may have already but I have to come up with some ideas/ info . I'm not going for the big bucks for a stang IFS because this is like the 39p7 "a low buck project" . He is going to install the same GM R&P as he did on the 39p7 among other parts and items that he came up with on that build that was just a bit over 6000 bucks . A thanks in advance to every one's input , and the best to all for the holiday season .
foot notoe: " Twice at Macungie's wheels of time I saw a 34 like i have with the stock front end with Gm disc brakes on it but could never find the owner to get the info as to what they used or where they got the system . "


WHERE DID YOU READ 4ORD PARTS IN MY POST " SEE ABOVE " THE ONLY PART FORD ON THE 39P7 IS TH SS OUTTER DOOR HANDLES , AND THE DID FIT
WITH A SLIGHT TRIM OF THE SQUARE SHAFT TO THE INSIDE OF THE DOOR .
Please... don't put text in my post that wasn't entered
just because I"m a female or what ever your reason may be .. thanks
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Hello everyone, we are getting near to setting the drive train on my 34 project and so far all is going well, however I'm wondering if anyone has an idea as to if the spindles on the 34 are the same or close to that of the 39p7 my dad and I built 17,000 miles ago the reason is because he fitted GM rotors and calipers on the stock front end after rebuilding it and it's my job to seek info on this subject. I know he could figure it out or may have already but I have to come up with some ideas/ info . I'm not going for the big bucks for a stang IFS because this is like the 39p7 "a low buck project" . He is going to install the same GM R&P as he did on the 39p7 among other parts and items that he came up with on that build that was just a bit over 6000 bucks . A thanks in advance to every one's input , and the best to all for the holiday season .
foot notoe: " Twice at Macungie's wheels of time I saw a 34 like i have with the stock front end with Gm disc brakes on it but could never find the owner to get the info as to what they used or where they got the system . "


WHERE DID YOU READ 4ORD PARTS IN MY POST " SEE ABOVE " THE ONLY PART FORD ON THE 39P7 IS TH SS OUTTER DOOR HANDLES , AND THE DID FIT
WITH A SLIGHT TRIM OF THE SQUARE SHAFT TO THE INSIDE OF THE DOOR .
Please... don't put text in my post that wasn't entered
just because I"m a female or what ever your reason may be .. thanks
Hey Beck
I guess your getting your chops busted because there are some people
that can't understand nor ever will that you know how to weld and work
on your own everyday driver and just maybe because your not one of the
"guys" " if ya catch my drift..........
As for the person who changed your text and quoted you with a reply
just let it roll off your back, I noticed he just joined the same day that
someone else was told to leave there religious belief's ...etc...etc
and as for the "other ford parts " ya have got be kidding ! Maybe it
might be the hydro boost set up on the p7 but that could be from any one
ton up truck . anyway, see ya after you move in to your apartment .
I think that some of them have there eye's painted on .........................
See ya Monday.

Love Ya,
Dad
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Sorry Becky, the guy who added the ford parts link to your quote is nothing more than a spammer, hawking his website with that hyperlink...

He has been banned.



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first of all it is Christmas, not real sure what your education is but it is not a holiday thats is something like the 4 of july .. that is a holiday.

I assume the axle you want to add the brakes too is an ''I" beam type. that being said a disk conversion is a very easy up grade, all the parts can be had from sources like speedway, a kit would be in the neighborhood of about 250 - 350, and if you are real good at iding parts one could do it for around 100 plus the over the counter parts .. most are built around camero or mustang brake parts, the rotors and calipers . hope I have been just as vague as your happy holiday reference

see how meaningless these PC moronic comments provide the information one seeks

Merry Christmas that is the season
Keep your particular religious beliefs to yourself..show respect for others when they wish someone a HAPPY HOLIDAY...because it is a gesture of good will towards others, no matter how they say it or what they believe..

Kwanzaa and Hanukkah fall at this time of year too, their holidays should be happy ones as well.




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After reading this whole thread I am still confused a bit...

Let me know if I have this straight..

Becky is looking for brakes to fit the stock suspension on a 34 plymouth.

She is referencing the 39 plymouth p7 that her dad built because she wants the same brakes.

The link to "thewrongshop" does not work, nor does a copy and paste of that address.

Is the car in becky's photo album the car that needs disc brakes? Is Becky's dad, (1939P7) still in possession of the 39 so you can compare spindles?

I'm not busting anyones chops, and don't care about anyones gender. I am trying to sort out what the actual question is, from this somewhat confusing thread.


happy hotrodding


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It's a 1934 Chrysler Sedan Six. Sorry for the
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