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09-19-2002 09:00 PM
23Bucket Thanks alot!!!!!!! Someone else mentioned Speedway
before, but I forgot about them (duh). I'll check them out. Thanks again!!
09-18-2002 03:55 PM
tetzlaff TCI makes a nice kit, as does Speedway. They will walk you through it. Give them a try. CCR also.....................t
09-16-2002 12:49 PM
bullheimer sorry i know there's lots of kits for putting discs on rear ends but i dont know squat about model t stuff. in 74 i hadda t bucket but that was along time ago, in a land far, far away.
09-11-2002 08:21 PM
23Bucket
Drum to disc brakes

I am looking for an easy way to put disc brakes on my T-Bucket. I have the Model T axel that takes a 4 bolt spindle. (does that make any sence)....someone told me a Rambler spindle would bolt right on. Any help here????

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