I bought mine from them,. dennis is very knowledgeable and will help you if you have questions. kit comes with everything right down to the grease needed.
you wont be sorry
mine was 1969 front power disc system from manual drums
you need to replace the brake pedal if your going from non power to power.
If you have a standard shift then you have to remove the clutch pedal to remove the brake pedal. I spent more time under the dash then i did replacing the brakes and rotors. I am very happy with my power disc brakes, glad i did them but did not feel that way when i was twisted like a pretzel up under the dash.
Last edited by a228380; 02-25-2013 at 07:17 PM.
Reason: added info
Currently installing the 'swap1' kit. Have swaped over the drums for rotors and that went smoothly. (Hardest part is installing the damm dust caps!). Plan on installing the MC after I get a chance to paint that area of the firewall. Hoping to have MC installed by Friday/Saturday and then will begin reconnection of brake lines and prop. valve.
Highly recommend this vendor and their products.
Mike in Spudland
"Would you like baked, mashed or fries with that?"
'Genny' 1964 1/2 coupe Cascade Green
'Jessie' 1966 coupe Arcadian Blue
CSRP, SSBC, Chockostangs... really haven't heard ANYTHING negative about ANY of them. I think you'd be happy with any of them. Give Dennis a shout @ CSRP - he's seems like a pretty responsive guy. Note the kit you linked says Auto Trans...may be because of the power booster.... I'm sure they have one similar for manual trans if you ask.
...Give Dennis a shout @ CSRP - he's seems like a pretty responsive guy. Note the kit you linked says Auto Trans...may be because of the power booster.... I'm sure they have one similar for manual trans if you ask.
Thanks. You are correct, the auto trans limitation applies only to kits that include a booster. The listing is confusing. I'm revising the website at this time and will address this.
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