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Old August 9th, 2010, 01:11 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by 95geo View Post
If you're doing custom brakes, why not get the best you can? Bigger rotors specifically.... Buying off the shelf parts is a lot easier but they dont always offer exactly what you want.
Originally Posted by JohnnyJ View Post
If all you're shooting for is 3/4 chevy parts, then from I've seen it's cheaper to piece together on your own.

But I agree with 95geo, if you're running > 15" wheels, I'd shoot for more brakes.
Im pretty sure that the chevy stuff Id like to run will be more then addiquite. The last brake setup were chevy brakes up front and currie 8.8 disks in the rear on 17" beadlocks and 36's. It stopped on a dime and performed well. I will most likely run slotted & drilled rotors and upgrade to a dodge 1 ton master but just cause I want to
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