OK, I could've sworn I saw somewhere that someone used front backing plates on the back to make for rear disk brakes. I'm pretty sure it was here that I read it but I can't find it anywhere. I even googled myself to death for two hours looking for it. Why do this you ask? Because I'm thinking I'm going to keep my truck as a daily driver and moderate off-roading. I want to have the ground clearance of a ten bolt with 33s. I want to have disk brakes to eliminate the mud problem and the infamous break a c-clip and watch your tire pass you on the highway problem. So, has anyone done this? I have a pair of ten bolts laying on my barn floor but I'm having serious difficulty getting them apart without a torch to heat some fasteners up. Most people go with the TSM kit. I don't want to. #1: cost. #2: dinking around with machining rotors every time you do a brake job. #3: making plates to keep water from splashing on the rotors when you're on the street with hot brakes.