Re: Disc brake swap.
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Re: Disc brake swap.



With that objective and a starving wallet, the drum brakes your car now has are adequate, in my 2c. You are not going to be daily driving or cruising on the Trans-Canada Highway.

It will be less money to bring what you have up to safe working condition. Maybe just a wheel cylinder rebuild and flushing of the old fluid. Check the brake hoses too.

Gary H. 


>  On Sep 15, 2016, at 12:52 AM, Cory Rempel < >
>  wrote:
 
>  > You hit the nail on the head when you mentioned "my budget". My
>  > budget is pretty low right now. I'm actually getting ready to maybe
>  > sell it some time next year, but I want to drive it a little bit
>  > before the snow comes and a little bit in spring. It's basically
>  > been sitting the past two or three years.

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