Anyone out there have a front set of calipers for a 68 2+2? The 4 piston caliper? I have a few emails out to different people/places but I would prefer used/needs rebuild to keep the cost down.
And I have the original bucket for the pass side. Looking for a drivers side (with the side seat back lock button) in any shape, again would prefer in rough shape to keep cost down. I have plans on rebuilding them/reupholstering. Thanks
Don't mind shipping if you don't.
Did you check at a place like NAPA or Car Quest? rebuilds are normally the way to go.....
The 66 Chevelle Wagon, I just bought for a friend, has 1970 Monte Carlo disc brakes on it... wonder how that was done?
427carl wrote:The 66 Chevelle Wagon, I just bought for a friend, has 1970 Monte Carlo disc brakes on it... wonder how that was done?
that is a direct A-body swap
Hawker748 wrote:The calipers I have on the 2+2 are from a 70's truck, pretty sure they just bolted right in. Hope I don't have to hunt for a bracket as well.
The calipers I have on the 2+2 are from a 70's truck, pretty sure they just bolted right in. Hope I don't have to hunt for a bracket as well.
no 70's truck that I'm aware of used a 4 piston caliper?
Did you check with norm dumontier at Mid-canada Suspension?
he is on chevrier blvd in fortgarry in winnipeg.
He is the man for obsolete brake and suspension parts for everything on the planet.
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sounding more like you have a 69/70 front brake set up.
I don't think there is an interchange for the 4 piston caliper/bracket assembly?
You could also try RPM in Saskatoon, a couple years ago I remember them saying they had a set of rebuilt 67 68 4 piston calipers there. Not cheap though for rebuilt ones.
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beaumontguru wrote:Did you check with norm dumontier at Mid-canada Suspension?he is on chevrier blvd in fortgarry in winnipeg.He is the man for obsolete brake and suspension parts for everything on the planet.
Good idea, Norm DuMontier knows his stuff - give him a call.
Mid-Canada Suspension 25 Trottier Bay, Winnipeg 204-475-3399
At the recent Winnipeg swap meet, there was a guy selling a complete setup, 4 piston calipers, rotors, spindles, brackets. I don't know what it originally came off of. He was asking $400. The calipers would have had to been rebuilt, rotors were probably junk. I left it there. I kinda kick myself for not being a bit more aggressive on it.
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Take a picture of the bracket holding the caliper, and measure the rotor diameter. If 11", it's some kind of aftermarket setup. 11.75 and it's oem of some sort.
A simple shot of the bracket and the back of the spindle will tell the tale.