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I have a stock 1/2 ton 75 chevy 4x4 with i believe a 10 or 12 bolt rear end.Im looking for a rear disk break kit with e brake and everything.
 

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That would be a 12 bolt that you have. Why not put a ff 14 bolt and add disk brakes to that. Spend the money on a real axle not a wimpy half ton one. Just my opinion. Ryan
 

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Is there a web site for a company that sells the kits??
 

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I did a little searching. TSM is The Streetrod Manufacturing Co. Inc. of Castle Rock, CO. I have not been able to find a web page for them.
I did find some how to sites that should be helpful. http://www.off-road.com/chevy/reviews/tsm/
http://www.my-gmc.com/rear.htm
<A HREF="http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/Downs/1963/Articles/BlzrRearDisc.html" TARGET=_blank> http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/Downs/1963/Articles/BlzrRearDisc.html[/url]
http://www.my-gmc.com/Harrison%20Brakes/album1.html

From what I can tell the kit is under $600. Hope this helps. I am still searching for more info and will let you know.

Scott

[ 08-14-2001: Message edited by: toyzilla ]
 

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TSM
303-688-6882
4321
Willow Creek Rd. #6
Castle Rock, CO 80104-9766
GM from $239 a pair.
With TSM you usually buy the calipers that they recommend from your local parts store.
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I have a rear disc brake set up off of a 77 Caddillac. It includes both calipers(with built in ebrakes),rotors( will need to be redrilled to your lug pattern), mounting brackets,proportioning valve, and master cylinder with booster. $150 plus shipping if you want it.

Russel L McCroskey
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1(806)878-2854
 
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