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Disc Brakes parts list

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by sandawgk5, Oct 2, 2006.

  1. sandawgk5

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    Help me second check my parts list for the parts house. I will still need 2 springs and 2 14MM wrenches to make my levers and I need brackets and hoses also but is the list in the link all that I need? Can I get the brakes lines from the parts house also? Here is the link

    Thanks

    Ira
     
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    The link is only good on your computer, sorry :) Screenshot it or copy-n-paste.

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  3. sandawgk5

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    How bout this:D

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    Ira

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    you'll want some 7/16 banjo bolts and 79 chevette lines.. I can get you the part numbers for both if you want..

    you'll also need gear oil, RVT to seal your diff and the metal axle gaskets, and lots of brake cleaner..
     
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    Why would I need to seal the diff? I do not plan on pulling the cover just the shafts and then hubs and such. I dont run the axle gaskets just RTV and I have no leaks:D . Forgot about banjo bolts though thanks.


    Ira
     
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    ha ha, i'm an idoit, I was thinking about when I did mine, I did a lincoln locker at the same time, that way I would only have to buy gear oil once.. You'll still want RVT to coat your metal axle flange gaskets..

    7/16 banjo bolt is HELP 13935

    a spindle nut socket (you can rent them at autozone) makes the job go easier..

    you'll also need a cutting tool to cut your line, and a double flare tool (rented mine at autozone) so you can mate your lines to the rubber chevette lines..
     
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    2 14mm wrenches?


    what are the 14mm wrenches for? making levers?
     
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    levers for caddy caliper e brakes
     
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    I only run RTV no axle gaskets for me so yes I will need RTV. I will prolly just buy some shorter lines from NAPA so I will not have to cut and flare. I dont do a lot of line work so I dont wanna spend the $13 for the tool:D . Really I am undecided on the lines I am mainly worried about big money items right now. You know funding from "The Bank":D . I run Dana 60 nuts and locks on my 14FF so only need one socket and I already own one.:)

    Ira
     
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    make sure those caddy calipers are 7/16 before you buy the banjo bolts.. I know my d44 calipers were, but I'm not sure if the caddy calipers would have been 10mm yet or not.
     
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    D44 calipers would work off an 85 c20 right? I am going to run a line lock.
     
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    C20s didnt come equipped with Dana 44s ever, much less an 85 since the D44 went away somewhere between 77 and 79. 77 K20 calipers should work.
     
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    OK my ignorance. What I am trying to get at is any D44 8 lug Caliper should work Right?
     
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    yep, that's what I used.. asked for a k20 suburban front caliper from 1975... to make sure I ended up with a d44 caliper so I could use the chevette lines which have 7/16 banjo bolts...

    newer corp 10 calipers work too, but you have to use 10mm banjo bolts and find lines that fit accordingly
     
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    You forgot about the case of beer:D
     
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    Nope I just dont order that from Kragen:D . I have come to enjoy the Coors light Cooler Box for working in the garage as I dont have a fridge in mine:( . Not a big fan of the sewers light but it is pints and it comes with its own cooler:D .

    Ira
     
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    Hoses for a '70 Chevelle work great too. They are the 7/16 banjo, the Astro van hoses are 10mm. Both are about 12" long.
     
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    years to look for?... 2wd or 4wd?
     
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    What banjo bolt do caddy calipers use. That is the calipers I am going to use so I need lines that will fit them.

    Ira
     
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    I ordered the brackets from ruff stuff friday. I hopefully do the conversion in a couple weeks here. Then it is off to Xover steering next.
     

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