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  1. Hotrodding Basics
    can anybody give me any advice on how hard of a conversion this will be or if there are any kits you know of out there, I know major parts for this truck are not the most common. thank you!:D
  2. Suspension - Brakes - Steering
    Hi all! :welcome: I've got a 1928 Dodge Roadster with a '36 Plymouth front axle and a '55 Ford rear 9" that I'd like to convert from drums to disk brakes. The 9" kits are easy enough to find, the '36 Plymouth is another story. This is the closest thing I can find: 1935-54 Mopar Truck &...
  3. Suspension - Brakes - Steering
    So I have a 68 el camino with front and rear drum brakes and plan to convert the front to discs. I have all the hardware, discs, etc. So all I need help with figuring out is if im going to need a different master cylinder, it already has a brake booster that works for both drum and disc. I...
  4. Transmission - Rearend
    I've been trying to read up on what all it would take to convert my automatic 69 Camaro to a manual 6 speed and there's almost too much information on the internet on the subject to draw a final conclusion. I have 70's 454 Big Block engine I'm hoping to get around 600hp at the flywheel. The...
  5. Engine
    I am going to be using a solid lifter camshaft in my small block 350 that I'm building for my work pickup. Will I need to modify the block (hydraulic flat tappet) to accept a solid lifter setup? Also the cam that I chose (Comp Cams XS256S) recommends 1.88 inch lifters and 7.8 inch pushrods. The...
  6. Transmission - Rearend
    So I actually have a 76 Omega, and am looking to convert it to a manual, if I can get out of it for pretty cheap. It is my first project car, and am not really looking to have to fabricate a taller/wider tunnel. So, I was wondering what trans I could throw in there, and have the factory tunnel...
  7. Suspension - Brakes - Steering
    So I have a 1976 Chevy Monza 2+2 and I would like some nice wheels to go with it but I can't find any that are 4 lug. My question is do you know of any kits to convert to 5 lug for my car?
  8. Suspension - Brakes - Steering
    I just bought a 92 sonoma 4x2 because my 98jimmy 4x4 is falling apart. I was told that the 4x4 components would bolt in because th sonoma has a 4x4 blazers rear end. Is this true or would it cost a fortune? I'm confused some say yes and some say no
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