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GT Brake system #306359 Oct 21, 7:51pm Oct 21, 7:51pm
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GT Brake system
How hard would it be to replace the drum brakes with disk on a GT? and how much would it cost... Im sorry if this has been discussed already.


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Re: GT Brake system [Re: tai_mai_shu] #306360 Oct 21, 7:53pm Oct 21, 7:53pm
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it's been discussed many times - one can do this themselves by going to various junk yards and salvaging the parts needed but the easiest and most practical way imo is still the SSBC conversion...

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