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Old 09-29-2011, 02:35 PM   #21
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The other problem I found with the scarebird kit is the kit changes the back spacing required for the front wheels. I was forced to run 3/8th spacers to get my 15x8 Shelby Cragar wheels to clear the upper ball joint. When I changed to the CSRP kit I could get rid of the spacer.
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Old 09-30-2011, 02:56 AM   #22
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Ba mustang if the s10 calipers are b52 wilwood has a twin piston replacement for it.
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Ba mustang if the s10 calipers are b52 wilwood has a twin piston replacement for it.
SSBC also makes a 2 piston upgrade, wilwood is way cheaper as well. You can get the wilwoods for $320. I might buy them
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I'm a tard its d52 lol they also make a bigger single piston for the d154 calipers i just can't remember which one the s10 used.The d52 replacement one is 374 on summit and jegs tho.Maybe try one of the vendors on here they might get you a discount on them.
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Yeah I saw the D154 on summit as well
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Old 09-30-2011, 03:41 PM   #26
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Look at swap number 1 on this page http://www.discbrakeswap.com/parts/parts It comes with everything you need and the price is very good. Easy to do with easy to follow instructions. You will be happy you went with this kit.
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