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Old 09-18-2005, 11:38 PM
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How to stop it.

have a 62 impala wagon that i want to put front disk brakes on. Any help would be appreciated. Anyone used a kit or have any luck from the parts yard??
We are putting a turbo charged big block in it and need to stop it.

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How about these;, type in part #SSB-A125-2 or SSB-A129-3 or maybe WIL-140-5329-BD or even SSB-A129-A, in the search block for some ideas.
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Most of the better salvage yards have parts interchange manuals that will tell you what other OEM parts will fit your car. That will be the cheapest way to go by installing original GM parts. I am not familiar with the 62 you are speaking of, but I would bet that a 70's Chevelle, Olds Cutlass spindles and brakes will fit your car.

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When I restored my 1967 Chevelle, I got 99% of my stuff from The Paddock. I know thier catalogs front to back. They offer brake systems for this model and they also offer the oversized, slotted and drilled setups as well. If my memory serves me right, the basic kit is around $700, with the premium kit running around $1100. These prices also depend on whether or not you plan on running power brakes as well. Everything that I got from The Paddock has been A++ quality and arrived no problem. Check out Good luck, Sam.
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