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Old 10-02-2011, 02:41 PM   #22
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Good advice, mine came with disc brakes
that makes it a little easier, the other tricky part... I cant remember if the rear brakes are the same size across the two models or not.

but like I said, go to a junk yard, pull the whole assembly off as one. all you have to do is disconnect the driveshaft, the lower control arms, the shocks and disconnect the brake lines from the calipers and (IIRC) unbolt one or two of the diff cover bolts to remove the crossover line for the brakes. then swap it all to your car. tho if you can get the rear shocks and springs, pick them up as well as I do know that the rear suspension (at least the shocks) are different/better/something.

to pull them, you have to lay the back seat forward, then pull the carpet back and there are two foam "covers" over the top of each of the shocks. pull the foam and unbolt them.
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