LMAO no. Brakes are scary done wrong, but just doing the fronts is livable. You'll just plow in a straight line everytime you hit the brakes.I would try to help, but I can't. The Pope gets VERY ANGRY.
LOL. I was just kidding. I figured I'd make a wisecrack & wait for you to come to help him. After all, you really do know the SLH stuff!LMAO no.
LOL. I was just kidding. I figured I'd make a wisecrack & wait for you to come to help him. After all, you really do know the SLH stuff!
I like your water pump housing mod, too. :thumb: I saw it on the BM site and wondered why it wasn't here yet. Thanks for putting it here, too.
LMAO no. Brakes are scary done wrong, but just doing the fronts is livable. You'll just plow in a straight line everytime you hit the brakes.
I suggest here to use a Daytona 4 lug rear drum and the whole 4 lug front setup off a 84-85 mini van. Then add your big master.
I have in the past removed all but one stud from a solid rear 10" disk. Then bolted a 4 lug front rotor to it. Then using a drill bit that just rubs the rotor, to keep the bit located right I then drill into the spindle 1/16". Then I remove the big bit and go down to the size the hole needs to be and drill it. Then back to the larger bit and drill the rear rotor with the front rotor. Not really that tough, the job takes an hour max. Just make sure the single pin big mini calpers are on first. Use 90 up 10" solid rear disk and they bolt on and the E brake hooks up. brakeplanet.com sells the whole package for about $100, pads and drilled and slotted rotors zink coated. I bought all 4 rotors and pads even in 11" for $180. Pretty to look at and pretty cheap to install. In your case you would order 4 lug mini or Daytona rotors and pads for the mini. Then 91 Dodge spirit rear disk setup completely.
little more clarity
the calipers and caliper mounts can be off any 84-90 mini, be it 4 or 5 lug? and order 84 4 lug mini rotors and pads
do the master and rears at a later date (just a crap drive to work for the gas mileage car at the moment)
will i have any clearance issues with the calipers? can i still use the stock 13" wheels and tires? or do i have to use a bigger wheel?
need the calpier brakets off a van too to bolt on the calipers. Pretty good prices for a big brake upgrade and new stuff. I would buy the rotors from Brakeplanet.com, drilled and slotted, then zink coated for less than stock stuff.so autozone has for the '89 turbo mini
ceramic pads for 20.99,
calipers for 20.99 each
and for the 84 mini
duralast rotors 34.99 each
boosted mopar forum. That is the second TD / SD forum, then the last one was TM as the youngest. BM also has a cool mailing list section that post mailing list emails. So you can see what is going on a few TD /SD lists.Whats this BM you speak of?