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  1. Stomper714
    06-07-2009 11:53 PM - permalink
    Stomper714
    ok thanx alot for your advise!!!
  2. Big Dave
    06-07-2009 02:52 PM - permalink
    Big Dave
    If I am not mistakken the 1969 and 1970 front brakes are unique to those two years only. You may be able to use them in place of the Corvette brakes that were the optional disc brake offered with your year vehicle. The Corvette brakes had four aluminum pistons in a fixed cast iron bridge like caliper (like the Girling brakes the factory coppied). In 1969 they redesigned the disc brakes to be used on all of their cars (except the Corvette) to use a single floating piston, but made something unique for the larger B-body cars before standardizing on only the one caliper size for all disc brake applications.

    If you have everything bolted up now except the flexible brake line then you can buy them in braided stainless steel hose for (these are high pressure hydraulic lines) your car in the correct length.

    Big Dave

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  • About Stomper714
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    I always loved old Chevrolet's Specially impala's I'm from Southern Cali So I grew up with lowriders
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    Orange County,CA
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    working on my 65 impala SS
    Occupation
    Mazda tech
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    Fredy

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