1963-1972 6lug Disc Brake Conversion Kit - GM Truck

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Jamie Allen
Nov 5, 2016
Worth every dime. Installed on my '70 Chevy C10 Stepside, 402V8. First time I've done this. Used Motive Products 105 Brake System Power Bleeder from Amazon, huge help doing initial brake and master cylinder bleed, a must. Also used Performance Tool - Bearing Packer, Part # W1218, from O'Reilly's.

Advantages: Power brakes are great to have. High quality, easy install, great price kit from Tuckers. I also upgraded upper/lower control arms to CPP tubular with sway bar end links. Spindles installed nicely to control arms.

Disadvantages: - My OEM drum/drum brake lines did not fit (location, fit) the new PVKS-2 combination (proportional) valve under the new disc/drum master cylinder. Had to order front brakes line kit from Summit (Classic Performance Brake Line Kits 6770FLKOM).
- Had to remove lower ball joints from CPP lower control arms (wrong size for my new spindles) and install lower ball joints in disc brake conversion kit from Tuckers. Fit perfect.
- Be sure to use the Classic Performance Combination Brake Proportioning Valve PV-TOOL when bleeding brakes to not damage the combination valve. Got it from Summit.
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