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77 impala rear disc brake conversion kit?

does anyone know where i can buy a conversion kit for a 77 impala. i need to replace the rear drums to disc.... thanks
yea i thought about all the other parts that i need to change... money at this point is not an option, this car is already beign rebuilt from the frame and up. im already changing everything. its going to be a show car so the newer things i put the better.
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Contact Kore3, they should hook you up using C5 brakes. Post some pics of that bad boy you got!
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Go to www.classicindustries.com and search for part # A1254. I can't vouch for it; I just saw it in a catalog.
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Thanks for the Kore3 name. Haven't heard of them and they have some nice hardware.
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Might consider an axle from a 94-96 Impala or 9C1 as those got discs, and being a factory setup parts are easy and relatively cheap. Also gives you a nice strong 30-spline 8.5" strong as a 12-bolt.

Not sure if the brakes from those would retrofit to your axle or not.

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