This probably isn't the best place for this post. I've done searches regarding rear disc conversions and am getting too many different answers, so I thought I'd ask you. Here's what I know (or think I know). Rear discs are good for mud running (no drums for mud to build up in). E-Brake set up (Caddi calipers) don't hold as well as stock drums. You need to occasionly adjust the rear E-brake calipers. On most vehicles, the rear brakes only do about 30% of the stopping. So, there would have to be a heck of an improvement before it would really be noticable. I don't run mud and it is important that I have a good functional parking brake. I'm thinking that unless there is a noticable difference in stopping ability, I should just stick with the stock set up. Was there a noticeable improvement when you went from the 14 bolt FF drums to discs? Thanks in advance .... sorry for the long post, Eric M.