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Old 11-02-2006, 03:45 PM   #11
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Default RE: Disc Brake Kits

One of our other members (Tylerdru) bought the kit and put it on his car. I am planning on getting this kit in a week or two. I live not too far from Austin, so I will just go pick it up for the cost of $445.00 cash. Credit card will cost you another 15 bux. Dennis Ginsberg is the owner of the company, and is very knowledgable about this swap. His email addy is in the site I gave you. So, contact him if you have questions.
I have 14" wheels, but they are Mag 500's that are 7" wide and Dennis thinks the kit will fit my wheels, but the kit will not fit the stock 14X5 wheels. Anyway, I am going to take a wheel with me to Austin shortly to make sure the kit will fit my wheels before I buy the kit, because I already have about 900 bucks in these wheels.
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Old 11-02-2006, 08:26 PM   #12
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Default RE: Disc Brake Kits

My 14" Magnums worked with the Granada swap. Had to put some small spacers behind the wheel though. I could have got away with just slightly grinding the top off of the calpiper and they would have worked. They just bARELY rubbed. I was thinking mine were 14 X 5 though.
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