Now for my recent project. Disc brakes up front. The stock drums up front were frozen solid, and instead of putting money into rebuilding them, I decided to go straight for discs. I had just spent money on tires, and I wanted to keep the stock wheels. Since I have the 4-lug set up, the most affordable option seemed to be the Scarebird kit, or as its called in my house, the "none of this #$%# fits like its supposed to" kit.
After a few weeks, I had assembled everything I needed (or so I thought) for the kit:
OK, this is what we are looking at:
Scarebird brackets and rotor spacer rings.
New bearings and wheel seals
Nissan Stanza rotors (that needed the stud holes enlarged)
Chevy Cavalier calipers
New studs (that needed their threads chased)
74 Maverick disc/drum master cylinder
This should be easy, right?