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do you really need to replace the booster,master cyl, and prop. valve?
this if for a 71 if it matters
 

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Master cylinder yes. Just get a factory unit for the disc brakes.

Will require some brake line adapters.

I have seen the same prop valve used with no issues.

Al
 

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I just did my drum to disc conversion. I'm not using a brake booster because of low vacuum issues.
Order a master cylinder for a 68 Corvette it will bolt up and your brake lines thread right in.
If you can wait till tomorrow I can get you the NAPA part #
 

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not to change the subject of the thread, but is it possible at all to not change any of these things and what might happen upon trying?
 

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I just did my drum to disc conversion. I'm not using a brake booster because of low vacuum issues.
Order a master cylinder for a 68 Corvette it will bolt up and your brake lines thread right in.
If you can wait till tomorrow I can get you the NAPA part #
good info. now let me ask this, Can i some how use drop spindles, with my drum setup
 

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good info. now let me ask this, Can i some how use drop spindles, with my drum setup
I'm not sure who would offer dropped spindles for drum brakes? You could check with Classic Industries... I guess . If you going thru the trouble of R&Ring spindles go with Disc brakes !:rolleyes:
 
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