"Ronald Taylor" <email@example.com> wrote:
: Personally, I feel that a rear disc brake system is much better than the old
: style drum brake system.
: my 68' Charger had drum brakes all around till I built the thing to the
: point that the drum brakes wouldn't come close to hauling it down to a stop
: from speed or just trying to stop it for a stoplight from 25 mph.
: That's why I upgraded the front to a disc brake set-up I scavenged from a
: A-body Duster, and used a pair of 79' Magnum calipers and master
: cylinder......it was just as cheap to do this as it was to try and upgrade
: the drum brakes with better shoes and drums.
: And it stopped better afterward, without my having to change underwear every
: time I drove it!
: MARKETING PLOY: REAR DISC BRAKES ?..........I don't think so!
: SAFETY ENHANCEMENT: REAR DISC BRAKES ? ........YEP!
: That's why my 01' Dakota will be getting the Factory Rear Disc brake system
: later on this year or next winter...........Goodbye 9" drum
: brakes!........Hello 11" discs !
Perhaps I missed something (it has happened before) ;-) so if
I did, I apologize in advance, but I'm trying to figure out how
replacing the front brakes on a '68 Charger equates to rear disc
brakes being a safety enhancement instead of a marketing ploy? :-)
Or maybe that was just an auxiliary story, not meant to apply to
the question at hand?
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