I'm converting my stock 87 K5 into a tow rig. This will involve a 3/4 ton axle swap, hydro 465, and a 205. I'm keeping my 10 bolt up front since I have the parts to convert it. My question is, would the Cadillac calipers really be a good venture on this truck, or would the heavy ass drum brakes do the job? I will only have 33's on it, and I'm fairly confident that the stock drums could get the job done. I've read about some of the drawbacks of the caddy calipers. Things like adjustment problems, sticking pads, FINDING THEM, and the e-brake cable issues. These just don't seem worth it to me. My only other option is the HAD 205 E-brake. That seems like the only viable choice if I don't keep the drums. What do you guys think?