Brake conversion and tire size

Asked by May 05, 2011 at 11:24 PM about the 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle

Question type: Car Customization

Can anyone reccomend a brake conversion kit for a 1968 chevy malibu, also was wondering what the largest tires that I could put on this vehicle would be.  thanks

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Factory disc brakes removed from a 1969-1972 A-body GM car are a direct bolt on, and service parts are cheap and can be found at your local auto parts retailer. Here is a good source for the brake change-over parts: http://www.gmsportssalvage.com/

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you can also find them at summitracing.com , everything is new & not too expensive. most of the kits require a 15" rim but they do have them for 14s also,dependinding on the size of the rotors & calipers.

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