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:Dwhats the best kit & how 2 do it:confused:
 

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I used the cheapest summit kit. I had a lot of problems with it. wrong banjo bolts, bad calipers. The caliper brackets needed ground down. It was SSBC parts. It works great now, and I was given about 25% back in a refund for bad parts, but it was a huge hassel. If I were doing it over again I would do a search and spend a little more. JMO
 

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I used the cheapest summit kit. I had a lot of problems with it. wrong banjo bolts, bad calipers. The caliper brackets needed ground down. It was SSBC parts. It works great now, and I was given about 25% back in a refund for bad parts, but it was a huge hassel. If I were doing it over again I would do a search and spend a little more. JMO


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I bought my kit from "The Right Stuff" company.......The only things i had to get were the bearing grease and brake fluid......the kit came with everything else..........call them and ask for Pat....heck of a nice guy to deal with imo :yes:
 

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I have a summit kit and everything fit very well
 

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I used the cheapest summit kit. I had a lot of problems with it. wrong banjo bolts, bad calipers. The caliper brackets needed ground down. It was SSBC parts. It works great now, and I was given about 25% back in a refund for bad parts, but it was a huge hassel. If I were doing it over again I would do a search and spend a little more. JMO
I bet my CPP kit was twice as bad as your summit kit
 

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I'm doing the chevelle spindle and global west set up, there are a few problems but this thing is beefy with vented rotors. Have had the kit for ten years and finally have gotten around to using it. It's a choice but check out global west.

Mark
 
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