|08-15-2012 08:04 AM|
If you read in the top left corner of a post you'll see the date it was done on. In this post it was back in 2003. THe issue was likely resolved and a reply 9 years later won't help anybody. I see you've done this on a couple of these threads from the dead.
|08-15-2012 12:13 AM|
I have McCaughys 2 inch dropped spindles on mine but had to replace the bearings immediately( poor quality) just went to napa and got them mine has 69 chevelle rotors 78 malibu calipers shop around to find a kit that has everything you need I coverted mine for about 530 bucks all i needed was fluid but had to get quality bearings my kit was purchased on ebay (front only) but i do not have the contact info
|02-20-2003 12:06 AM|
check out http://www.performancesuspension.com/main.htm
They have complete disc kits....
|02-06-2003 01:55 PM|
I did this swap on my 65 Impala SS. You don't need the tie rod stuff, the existing fits. Just replace what is bad. You need the master cylinder and metering valve and the left front hard brake line from the donor car. The rear line will fit with one of the brake line flair nut adapter that all the parts houses have. You will also have to go to 15" wheels to clear the discs. Mine sures stops nice now. 67 and 68 will work also, but they are the 4 piston disk brakes and parts are tough to find and I don't think they work as well as the floating calipers.
Hope this helps
|02-03-2003 08:04 AM|
|soul assassin||also another option is year one sells a kit for front and rear discs this is the route i will most likely go with my 66 caprice|
|02-02-2003 08:17 PM|
my son has a 66 also, and was told a 69&70 impala car or wagon will work,you must use:
upper & lower ball joints
center drag link
and all of the brake parts
|01-29-2003 08:43 AM|
66 impala front brakes
what ,if any, later disc brakes will work on my 66 impala.Spindles and all.It's ss 4speed and it will not stop with the old drums