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Joe, you get a big + from me, that is awesome. Thanks for the info on the brake swap!

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here are some of the sizes I will post the rest tomorrow

consentic rings front outside diam. 2.785 inside diam. 2.240
" " rear outside diam.2.785 inside diam. 2.255

drill spindels to 7/16

tap drill size 13/32 for use with the 12mm 1.75 x 30mm long cap screws

block diamentions 1"x 2.5' x 4.5' long 7/8" thick nothing less or the adapters are no good and caliper brackets will rub this uses no washers to line things up

bolt spacing tomorrow

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ps: you can retain the stock hoses they bolt right up

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Joe, will this work on any year Fiero or is it just for 88's?

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this is for 84 to 87 only 88 not included

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this is for 84 to 87 only 88 not included

Joe you have a PM

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Bunp Don't want to loose this one. Bubba, do you have a write up for this?

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Bub, you've got a bunch of e-mails at you @sprint account.

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where I just checked none My email is bubbajoexx@sprint.ca

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Here you go boys the diamentions I promissed for the brake adapter

for a larger view use this link
http://groups.msn.com/FieroCaddySwapGroup/general.msnw?action=get_message&mview=0&ID_Message=5396&all_topics=0

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Thank you sir! You wouldn't happen to have a drawing like that for the spacer would you ? If I could give you another + I would!

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if you mean the consentric ring I wil lpost one found it

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Thanks for the info on the brake swap. A+ for you!! One dumb question though. Those are corvette calipers, right? What years?
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85 to 87 corvette and vette caliper mounts same years
extra large versions are avalable at this link
http://www.fortunecity.com/skyscraper/switch/67/id213.htm

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I am going to try this with my 86. Can i use the stock master cylinder and proportioning valve? If not, where should i source the new ones.

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if you update the master use the 72 to 80 Vette master plenty of volume and it is made for 4 wheel disk dont use the s10 you are gaining nothing as it is the same bore as a Fiero and is for drum rear disk front not a good combo

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What about a master cylinder from a newer 4WD S-10. They have 4 wheel disc brakes. I would like to use one that has the plastic resivoir on it so the vehicle will look newer. I've also heard you can use one from a newer Tahoe. You need an adjustable proportioning valve though.

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as i posted before the vette is the best the new cars are anti lock and rely on the system pump to make up the extra fluid so I would not use them they are also low volume

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Thank you that was just what I was looking for. Thanks for the link to your site it answered a few more questions I had.

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well my to do list just got a little longer thanks

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Thanks for the info. I've been trying to figure out how to improve my brakes, looks like I'm gonna go this way!

Any more pictures of the car? Or have you spent the majority of your time on drivetain recently? Looking forward to the finished product.

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I'm assuming you have to turn the Fiero rotor down to make a hub like the Grand Am conversion?

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Originally posted by bubbajoexxx:

16 and up only 15's are a no go the 16 inch wheels clear by 3/4 of an inch on inside diam.

I'm not saying I don't beleive you, but it there is 3/4" of clearence to the inside od a 16" rim, a 15" rim is only 1/2" closer (clearence is on the radius not the diameter) doesn't that still leave a 1/4"? Or is the problem with 15s less in the diameter clearence and more in the inside face of the wheel? Yes, I realize I'm grasping here, but I want to keep my 15s for autocrossing so I don't have to by yet another set of rims, and this is definitely a sweet brake upgrade. + for you even if they don't fit inside the stock 15s

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no the inside diamiter of the 15 inch wheel will rub the caliper it is much smaller than the 16 it is where tha taper startsthat will rub

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OK, i am definately going to ry this. One more question: what do i do about the hubs? Do i cut down the stock ones?

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yup you can cut the rotor off with a mini grinder if you have an old spindle to mount it to

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hoping for nice weather tomorrow and will take step by step photos as I replace the spindle and brakes on the pass. side of the project car so you can see how easy it is .

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I set the bakes up on a preped spindle and swap the new spindle for the old one
easer to set up off the car when you have te spare parts (ie) cleaning and drilling of the bolt holes

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bubbajoexxx, are the adaptors the same for front and back? Are you useing a e-break design for the rears on your car? since you did not say I was currious

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Thanks Joe! I would really appreciate step by step instructions with pictures, if I could give you more ++ I would.

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Thanks Joe! I would really appreciate step by step instructions with pictures, if I could give you more ++ I would.

Yeah! I agree this would be a dandy idea!

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OK, i am definately going to ry this. One more question: what do i do about the hubs? Do i cut down the stock ones?

Thank you, Matt

Or you find someone like myself who makes those hubs for $60 a pair

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the rear will be done as a multi caliper setup with a small mecanical rear caliper unless I can find a set of 95 to 2000 rear vette calipers as the rear upright must have the old brake setup completely remved and a new adapter that mounts under the wheel bearing installed to hold every thing will post pics of every aspect of the rear vette swap including the diagrams with diamentions

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thats is a more than resonableprice to cut rotors down I would recomend you +

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Second question since I forgot to ask last post. On the concentric ring, did you fabricate that as well, or are you just useing something similar to a washer for this?
Looks more like you would have to make that ring than just find something like that happend to be in your tool box.

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crzyone

the step by step is now being uploaded to my site I will also post it here with much smaller pics to save space lots of pics
http://www.fortunecity.com/skyscraper/switch/67/id214.htm this is the link

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Thanks Joe!

I have a question. What exactly is a cut down rotor? Is it a stock fiero rotor with the braking surface cut off and just the hub left? This is then placed inside the corvette rotor and new bolt holes must be drilled in the rotor for the fiero boltpattern? I think I just answered my own questions. Great pictures, where did you buy your rotors and calipers from?

Thanks Again

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had them made $25.00for 4 2 front 2 rear as they are differant sizes

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