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I'm doing the rear disc brake conversion on my '82 K20 with the 14 bolt FF axle. I've got a parts dana 44 with good callipers/rotors I'm going to use. Anyone running something close with comments?
 

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Bendix- 77223

I think that Autozone and Oreilly's both use that part number.
 

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We need to get together one of these times Sandman. I've got a buddy here in town that really wants to checkout yer rigg, plus I wouldn't mind checking it over myself :p

The brackets for the rear disc brake conversion should be here by the end of the week, so hopfully I'll get a chance to throw them on over the weekend/first of the week
 

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The Brake conversion is pretty easy. I was surprised at how easy it turned out.

Come on over anytime. :thumb:



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it's probably the easiest thing I have done to the Wagon thus far.
 

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Sandman said:
The Brake conversion is pretty easy. I was surprised at how easy it turned out.

Come on over anytime. :thumb:
It's a hell of a lot easier than trying to get the drums off. :scared:
 

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I have nevr heard of it being done. You can get FF for cheap and they are alot better anyways, unlessyou are running 6 lug.
 

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nope its sf. That should not matter though cause the bolt pattern is the same. The only thing different is the big a$$ hub. Correct me if I am wrong.
 

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two different 14 bolts
9.5'' = c-clip axle/ "semi float"

10.5'' = FF

the ff and sf are not the same. maybe diy4x.com has soemthing that would work, i would call them up and see if they have tried it yet.
 
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