Have a set of remanufactured calipers that are supposedly for the 76-78 cadi application. Since they are remanned, they don't have levers and what not. So dad goes to the swap meet and buys a pair of "cadi" rear disks for parts. Gets them back, and they aren't the same. The casting is *almost* identical (same casting marks, same physical size, etc) EXCEPT the ones that are remanned are NOT set up for a bracket to hold the ebrake cable. (no hole for the bracket bolt) The ones from the swap meet are, and have the brackets present. Both sets are marked "R" and "L", but the interesting thing is, the swap meet ones appear to setup for one caliper oriented towards the front of the vehicle, and the other side is oriented for the rear of the vehicle...make sense? I vaguely recall some application using a spring hooked into the caliper somehow for the ebrake, but I can't recall what it is. The remanned calipers have a small hole on both that appear to be the right fit for some type of wire (spring) to fit into, but I can't find any pics of either type of caliper complete. Can anyone help with application on either of these setups, pics or at least know what the heck I'm talking about? /forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif Think I'm going to pick up rear disks from a '93-97 Camaro tomorrow. Not big enough (IMO) for the heavier rigs/tires some of you guys are running, but dammit, these cadillac calipers are ridiculous.