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67 Parisienne drum brakes


Looking for a little clarification 

I was on Rock Auto looking up new drums under 67 Parisienne 

they offer 1 flavour finned front by Raybestos

they offer 1 flavour finned rear by Rabestos

they look like good quality stuff for your average car

then if you look up 67 Impala 

MANY different choices from cheap stuff to good stuff 

BUT none with fins??

other than fins they are the same right?

In my thinking no matter what you drive Impala or Parisienne the fins would be the better choice??

Looking for opinions from experts on the forum. Thanks Greg



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Before all the guys come on here and tell you that you have to put disc brakes on, I would agree that finned would be best.

And if there's any doubt, I would order for Impala. I never trust the US sites chassis parts listings for our Canadian Pontiacs. Sometimes they are accurate but I've seen a number of them that don't have the proper parts listed for a Parisienne.

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You have to put disc brakes on.



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Yes disc is the best! Corvette disc ultimate best!

Agreed! Lol!

Carl I suspect you are right I looked up Catalina and it matches the Parisienne part numbers!

Problem solved

Thanks Greg



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cdnpont wrote:

You have to put disc brakes on.


 Stop it!!!



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SGS Welding wrote:

Carl I suspect you are right I looked up Catalina and it matches the Parisienne part numbers!

Problem solved

Thanks Greg


 I'm not totally shocked. Some guys seem to have it figured out, some guys still don't have a clue it seems. 



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Chassis/powertrain I dont even try Pontiac. I go directly to Impala.

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