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    1.S series ae86 diff, drum to drum, all brake lines, both handbrake cables, even the rear half of the tailshaft, welded centre by me.
    $100 (bearings all replaced recently too)

    2.disc brake rear setup from a gt corona import (rare) mounts will bolt to S/T series, comes with:
    2xmounting brackets
    2xcalipers
    2xdiscs
    3x pads (missing one sorry)
    4x brake shoes
    this setup is really good because of the drum style hand brake inside the rotor (like commodore) aswell as the disc with decent size caliper.
    $170 ono

    located in hawkesbury NSW but can organise freight. your expense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drift kid View Post
    1.S series ae86 diff, drum to drum, all brake lines, both handbrake cables, even the rear half of the tailshaft, welded centre by me.
    $100 (bearings all replaced recently too)

    2.disc brake rear setup from a gt corona import (rare) mounts will bolt to S/T series, comes with:
    2xmounting brackets
    2xcalipers
    2xdiscs
    3x pads (missing one sorry)
    4x brake shoes
    this setup is really good because of the drum style hand brake inside the rotor (like commodore) aswell as the disc with decent size caliper.
    $170 ono

    located in hawkesbury NSW but can organise freight. your expense.

    Show me this disk brake diff you speak of!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FoldKing86 View Post
    Show me this disk brake diff you speak of!
    its only a disk brake setup, it puts those rotors and calipers onto a t or S series he said to me.
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    with the disk brakes,
    do they also come with the bearing retaining plate, and the backing plate/dustcover?

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    um the bearing backing plate should be on the axle. the diff no? and no dust covers though, but who wants them anyways? i can get some pics up tomorrow if you'd like?

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    so is this a bolt on ready to use package?
    im guessing you would need a prop valve?
    AE86....robbing me! check the build.
    http://www.ae86drivingclub.com.au/fo...read.php?t=445

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    Yeah can you get the pics. yeah to do a disk brake conversion i thinkk is needed a bearing retainer ar least.

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    as said before the bearing retainer should be on the axle that is being used.. and this is a bolt on arrangement, probably just need to mod your handbrake lines to suit and get an extra pad cause one is amissing

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    heres the disc setup

    Last edited by drift kid; 22nd October 2012 at 08:26 PM.

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    yeah i know there on the axle. there is a whole thread about it on the st141 conversions.
    im keen, can you pls pm your number.
    cheers

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