Re: [Chrysler300] Disc Brakes - 1962 300
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Re: [Chrysler300] Disc Brakes - 1962 300

I have 3 1962's.
Two of them have the AAJ Kits.
(I am restoring the 3rd car now)

Both have just the front brake conversions.
Both have dual master cylinders that have taken place of the stock single master.
(Roger suggested which master to buy that bolted right up)
(The master bolts to the front of the booster; very simple)
Both have proportioning valves to regulate how much fluid is being sent to the fronts versus the rears.
Both have created a much more confident driving experience, as those front discs work great compared to the stock shoes.

The job is simple enough; Roger is great to talk you through any issues during the conversion build.
Good luck!

Matt Allyn

On Saturday, December 30, 2017, 3:41:59 PM PST, charlies@xxxxxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300] <Chrysler300-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


Hi Group,

I know that this subject has been brought up several times in the last while, but I'd be interested to hear from members who have installed an AAJ disc brake system (2 or 4 wheel conversion) on 1962 models and any comments you may have. My research seems to indicate that if there are going to be issues, that it will be the master cylinder. Looks like pre - 62 models use a different master cylinder due to it's location under the booster. The actual disc brake hardware does not seem to be that great an issue. 

Happy New Year to all.

Charlie in Ottawa


Posted by: Matt Allyn <allynentertainment@xxxxxxxxx>

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