So where's your write with full, step by step, easy to follow instructions,....??
I'd like to follow you as I'm sure would many others,...
You'll need to find a 75-80 granada, which is kind of hard,
-then take the spindles, caliper brackets, shroud, disc, calipers, the hole 'shabang' (if they're in good condition), also the rear axle (if you want it) and master cylinder
-then everything just mounts straight on from there
The only draw back is that you can't run torque thrust wheels ,and a few others I can't think of, because of the large calipers.
Now, I found a 75 granada on craigslist for $350
so of course i got it, took what i needed then scraped it for the same price.
I bought all new disc, calipers, pads, and I plan on reusing all the bearings.
And all that ran me $200, at Oreillys