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Old 08-11-2009, 08:08 PM   #1
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Default Single to dual piston rear brakes

Will that conversion only consist or calipers ,pads, and rotors?
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i think the caliper brackets are different too? im not 100% on that though
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I have the brackets also read something about different porportining valve being different.
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what did you get the dual piston calipers off of? are they just front calipers your using on the back?
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Bought them of a member here, they might be of the 2003sss he is parting. Not worried because I got them cheap will use them as cores. I will get some from a 2003 1500hd or ss.
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I know scream did this a while back, and think he had a list of what was needed. Will do a quick search and see if it pops up
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I know scream did this a while back, and think he had a list of what was needed. Will do a quick search and see if it pops up
Found a old thread where you mentioned that. I searched screams threads with no luck hope you can find it for me, if not I will pm him thanks.
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I went through his threads too and just did a general search, can't come up with it. Shoot him a pm and see what he says
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Used 02 Tahoe parts on mine. Brackets, calipers, pads, and rotors. That's all I changed.
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