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I have a question about going to disc brakes in my wagon. Currently I have drums front and back with a single master and power booster. I also have 4 lug front drums.

What I want to end up with are disc brakes in front, drums in back, and delete the power booster and go to manual brakes for a cleaner look.

I ordered a CPP kit to help out the suspension, and just installed the idler arm bearing kit over the weekend.

I'm just trying to figure out the best way to go about it?
 

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The CPP is a good front disc brake kit. I have not yet installed mine, but it is complete, and really a bolt-on set-up.

Why not install the booster, just for safety and an eaiser pedal? I think you can get the CPP kit without the booster as well.

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I ended up buying a CPP disc brake kit that uses a factory style spindle. The price was right and I needed to go to 5 lugs in front.

I guess my new question is what do I need to do with brake lines going from drum/drum to disc/drum?

I was going to remove the booster to clean up the engine bay and increase pedal feedback.

-John
 
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