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Old May 2nd, 2012, 04:13 PM
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110 Sals Rear Disk Conversion...revisited

So after cobbling together all the parts from 3 different trucks, I realized that the cluster of parts was gonna be more of headache...So, here's the list of new parts to convert a drum sals to disks:

Parts are all readily available in the UK. Total for everything with shipping was under 600 bucks, here's the parts list:

FTC942 or RUB101740 HUBS (RRC 92-94) Hubs (I had a set)
FTC1725 HALF SHAFT LH
FTC1726 HALF SHAFT RH
FTC1740 STUB AXLE (2)
FTC3145 OIL SEALS (2)
RUC105200 DRIVE MEMBER (2)
RTC3129 WHEEL BEARING (4)
FTC3185 BEARING SPACER (2)
FTC3179 STUB NUTS (4)
FTC943 PLASTIC HUB CAP (2)
FTC2783 HUB OIL SEAL (2)
FTC3306 CALIPER BRACKET
STC1268 CALIPER RH
STC1269 CALIPER LH
FTC3846 ROTORS
DA4185 EBC BRAKE PADS

Bolts right up, no machining of the ftc3306...

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Old May 2nd, 2012, 11:51 PM
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Cool this is great thanks for the list I was just wondering yesterday what it would take to convert the drums on the 110 to disc's.

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Old May 4th, 2012, 12:02 AM
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Cool, glad it will help...I searched and ended with so many different parts it that it was a cluster. I would highly recommend buying new hubs also, I tried using a used set and it killed me. I ordered new hubs today...
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This is awesome! Thank you for posting. Any recommendations for parts sources who have no issues shipping? No change to master cylinder?

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Comprehensive parts list

Spanner110 (newer member here and previous owner of my truck in the UK) had put together a very comprehensive parts list for tthis conversion.
It's in PDF format so hopefully everyone can open it.
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File Type: pdf Part List for Sals Disk conversion.pdf (77.4 KB, 86 views)
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