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Old 02-06-2002, 17:27   #1 (permalink)
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I have lined up ELGT Twin pot calipers. Now I know the disc's need to be up sized, I have been wanting to do this for ages.

Now are they (calipers) just a bolt on?
Is it as easy as replacing disc's and pads?

I am using 17" wheels, so clearence isn't a problem. The vehicle is a 1993 LTD and it has ABS. I have a bigger reservoir to go on too.

Any help would be greatly appriciated.
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Im not an expert but dont the spindles have to be changed also???
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Im not an expert but dont the spindles have to be changed also???
That is also my understanding.
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That is also my understanding.
Yep. You'll need the spindles (suspension uprights) callipers, discs and brake flex lines from the EL GT. The spindles are different - the EL GT ones are a different forging with two holes to acceptthe mounting bolts, rather than the standard 'ears'. Wheel bearings are the same - fit new ones. Master cyl should be okay - but double check diameter anyway. HTH
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