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Stock Brakes
« on: July 22, 2014, 12:10:19 PM »
about a year ago I replaced the engine, tranny and rear end in my 73 wagon project. Everything came out of a Runabout. From auto to a fourspeed the brakes are smaller There is a huge difference and is there also different sizes amoung the manual transmission cars.  I have a good set of front rotors but the calipers need rebuild or replacing. Looks as though replacing is the answer. I would like to stay stock.
thanks for any help