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I have a line on a 73 Nova fastback Could I steal the Disk brakes???? for my '69 chevelle???
 

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Don't forget to leave a note under the wiper to tell the hapless driver of the donor car that it now has no brakes. Seems like common courtesy to me.
 

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To use the Nova brakes, you will have to re-use your steering arms (sickle shaped part that bolts on to your drum spindle.)

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Be sure to get the flexible brake line brackets on the frame. (L & R). Disc and drum are different.
Nate
 

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I am with JWagner on this one!
try saying:
"Mister,
Your car has no brakes...
Watch out not to die..

The theft."

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[This message has been edited by ChaosMalibu (edited 05-27-2001).]
 

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Hey do it late at night & be real quite when you steal the brakes & be sure to use new concerte blocks to sit the car on, they might get mad if you use old blocks.

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[This message has been edited by johnnyr (edited 05-27-2001).]
 

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I thought we decided a while back that concrete blocks were bad. Please do the right thing...and use some good quality rail road ties in order to NOT ruin whats left of his suspension...I mean...it's the right thing to do.

Scott
 
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