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few ?'s about a brake upgrade rear

Old 07-18-2011, 07:04 PM
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i have been searching the web and this forum for a read disc brake conversion. terra flex, Grand cherokee swap, even heard about the crown vic upgrade but yet to see any details on it. my first thought is switching over to the grand disc, i price Junk yard stuff today and get the complete backing plate caliper mount and calipers for 75.00 a side.
anyhow the write up in the XJ section is pretty descriptive but the one question i have on it is 8.25 axle is this not a ford axle and can i do that swap on a dana 35? pleas sound off with other suggestions i open to any
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