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08-26-2012 05:07 PM
jessebelle hey, thanx, useful information.
08-26-2012 08:22 AM
RWENUTS Check these guys out. They'll sell you the brackets and then tell you what components you need to make it work. I used there brackets on my 64 fury I converted.
Scarebird Classic Brakes LLC
08-26-2012 04:22 AM
1966 dodge coronet 440 disc brakes

good morning, we are converting a 66 dodge coronet 440 "B" body car to front disc brakes. as usual budget restraints are in place. anyone know of a mopar car with front disc brakes that will fit a 66 doge "B" body car? we have located a severely rusted out cordoba that can be stripped of it's bones for free, but don't know if it is applicable. we want everything, spindles, etc. we have a few junkyards not too far away that still have some old stuff available. a huge thanx for any info on this. SSBC offers great stuff, but not in budget.

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