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Finally, the Disk Conversion is done! Thanks Misfit!

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by BorregoK5, Mar 21, 2002.

  1. BorregoK5

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    found the link. thanks Mike. i also want to thank misfit for his brackets.

    not sure was up witht he caliper i picked up but, i found the solution while i was swaping my front diff tonight. the front pads will fit my caddy calipers. so all i have to do is put the worn pads on back.

    Mike, howd ya get your diff to end up so pretty???

    ARQ.
     
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    I clean up all my parts before I reassemble them with engine enamel and/or clearcoat (even clearcoating polished metal for rust protection). It helps identify leaks faster. Its easier to see exactly where trail rash occurs and it forces you to replace or clean every piece indevidually, inspecting for damage or wear (especially replacing seals). Plus it looks good, ya smart alec.. "Pretty".. geesh./forums/images/icons/wink.gif
     
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    Very nice, I like the paint job.
     
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    great upgrade isn't it? when I got my 14B FF the drums were shot so I decided that I wasn't going to worry about fixing em.
     

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