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11.25" LeBaron/Cadillac brake conversion brackets by GS Jon
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I'll take a set to whom do i paypal the cash to?
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Here you go Macs86GT:

 
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sales@60inclusive.com is the paypal address, and I can still do $130 shipped to the US (+$15 to CAN)

You will have to give us 2-3 weeks to get them cut as we are in the middle of making a big batch of TB adapters to use 65mm TB's from DOHC 3.5's on 3100, 3400 and 3500's - as well as other projects at the speed shop.

Since we are already making them and the machine will be set up for it, we can take more than the 5 orders, but once the machine stops on these, the next job has to go in immediately as these are not a big ticket item for us, we just love the GM v6 community

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5 orders confirmed, one pending receipt of money order.


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Sending the cash now forced firebird.
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Up to 6 confirmed, one pending.
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Money order being sent out tomorrow. Thanks everyone for waiting up for me. I don't want these brackets, I NEED them, if you saw my brakes currently, you would understand. Thanks again.
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Is there a parts list and write up on this swap. If so i would appreciate a link to it or a copy of it somehow as it will save tons of headaches.
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Report this Post07-05-2010 09:25 AM Click Here to See the Profile for all4uClick Here to Email all4uSend a Private Message to all4uDirect Link to This Post
I agree with the above post. I get a huge discount at Oreilly's and would be able to get the parts for almost half off. I would like to know exactly everything I would need. Do I reuse my old caliper bolts or get new ones for the new calipers? Do I need a new brake hose?
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Macs86GT & all4u

//www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/101755.html

This thread contains parts list and step by step instructions, with picures presented by GS Jon. Very well done.
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Sorry, wrong thread.

Try this one:

//www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/109042.html


Sorry,
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Whoa,
I just got back from Cabo San Lucas....paypal going out today.

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Thanks 87 fiero. much appreciated.
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Sorry, I've been working for the past 72 hours straight, so I had my girlfriend send you the money order today. She gave me the receipt but I don't know how long it takes to get to you. She sent it snail mail (USPS). Let me know when you get the money order in the mail. Thanks.
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Paypal payment sent.



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Payment Sent a few days ago.
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Payment Sent a few days ago.


 
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Originally posted by all4u:

Sorry, I've been working for the past 72 hours straight, so I had my girlfriend send you the money order today. She gave me the receipt but I don't know how long it takes to get to you. She sent it snail mail (USPS). Let me know when you get the money order in the mail. Thanks.


 
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Paypal payment sent.



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7 confirmed, 1 pending.

Ended up working at the speed shop til almost 10pm after working the nine to fiver, will order the materials tomorrow. We can make 5 sets with a 20' length, since we are on the second length, there's room for 3 more people on this run.


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Money order is on the way, you can just say that I'm the one that is pending, it won't hurt my feelings, I know you are trying to be professional but that's ok. Like I said, let me know when you get the money order, it will make me feel better.

I wanted to thank all the other people who are ordering this right now, without you, I would have to live with my crappy brakes for quite along time. Thank you everyone!
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Money order is on the way, you can just say that I'm the one that is pending, it won't hurt my feelings, I know you are trying to be professional but that's ok. Like I said, let me know when you get the money order, it will make me feel better.

I wanted to thank all the other people who are ordering this right now, without you, I would have to live with my crappy brakes for quite along time. Thank you everyone!


LOL! Please don't take it personal. All we needed was 5 orders to make this happen, and you guys will have to thank GS Jon and 87Fiero for bringing this back from the dead. Only reason I keep relaying the orders is to let everyone know we received payment, not to make you feel bad We are all in this together.

Too bad no one wants this 38k mile all-original 2.8 I got here on the stand Hate to part it out for the upper intake and valve covers...

One of my machinist buddies has an '88 GT with a 327, he pulled this 2.8 out to go v8 (not the best move IMO LOL).

Cheers,

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I would do it but with the cost of shipping and the cost of the engine itself, I can't justify spending that kind of cash when there is always a few deals around the chicago land area and it would be cheaper to pick up an engine out here. If I was closer and could pick the engine up, then I'd probably get it. I have a ton of crap that I have bought over the years and that I haven't gotten to install. LOL, I think there are a few others on this board with the same complex.

Anyway, money should be there by the end of the week. Thanks again.
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Are there any rear 10° brackets still available? How much for just them? Steve
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Originally posted by QUIKRIDE86:

Are there any rear 10° brackets still available? How much for just them? Steve


Since they haven't been made yet, we can do front/rear only if you desire, but it get's complicated with the orders when we do that, so perhaps someone would want front's only to complete the set? Since there's more shipping involved with breaking up the sets, $75 sound fair for 1/2 set?

If you do want 1/2 set, please put a note in the paypal so we don't lose track of the orders.

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I have a question about the parts, probably a stupid question, but what kind of washer was used it says 1/2 washer, and where is a good place to get the parts. I prefer to use new or quality re man or a performance variant of the parts if possible. WOuld these rotors work they have the lebaron listed but the years seem slightly off of their list. They sell drilled rotors for the lebaron gtc, and is it the 15 inch wheel or the ones for the 14 inch wheel. I would think the 15 inch. http://www.buybrakes.com/po...d-apps-Chrysler.html

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More dumb questions. I'm trying to do a max performance build and i came across these dual piston calipers from http://www.jcwhitney.com/fr...?_requestid=2550795# i wonder if these would work with the swap, and would any of these brake rotors work http://www.brakeworld.com/c...age_id=items&catid=1 or any recommendations?

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8 sets confirmed.

Hoping to be about wrapped up with the TB adapters sometime next week, hope to be setting up the machine on Sunday the 18th, so if anyone else wants them, get in on this run! Don't know when the machine will be available again, and it isn't cost inducive for us to make them individually.

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Cool, he got my money. Thanks for waiting up for me. I'm in no rush to get my brackets, but I was wondering one thing. My girlfriend was the one who sent out the money and I was wondering if she gave you the right address to send the package to. Did she give you the address on Iowa Ave or Villa Ave? Just wondering if she has it going to her house or mine.
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Count me in. I'll send paypal soon.
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Bump. Sent paypal.
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Bump. Sent paypal.



Received.

Makes 9 sets so far.

Well a little update:

We had the Brown&Sharp machine break down and we had to focus all our efforts on getting it back online. It's an old machine from WWII, but rarely gives us a problem since it's all mechanical and has nearly zero electronics (obviously). Maybe every 10-15,000 parts or so, we will have a slight snag. It makes tiny parts (up to .5" diameter), and spits a specialty screw/collar/pin out about every 8-25 seconds! I will keep you guys posted, but just wanted to let you know we might be running into late next week since it has already sucked up two days of time where we are making ZERO parts

Please accept our apologies,

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apology accepted and waiting for updates...........
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Machine has been repaired as of late Wed night. We now have to wrap up the job already started and the adapters are next
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I will guys

Been working my fingers to the bone, just got done at the machine shop, my partner is almost retired at Uni-Weld and only comes in the eves tue-thurs and all day fri-sun. I stopped by my buddies water jetting shop to see if he had room to do the outside contours and we just mill/drill/tap the holes to see if we could speed up the process, but I forgot how cheap we make these and he was going to charge more than you guys are getting them for!!!!! I will be finishing the last operation on the TB adapters tomorrow, then we have to do a 2nd operation for one of our regulars, then the 1st op on the brake brackets will go in - stupid machine breaking down threw our whole rhythm off
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If you are looking for a home for the last set you can count me in! Forced Firebird let me know if you will have enough brackets made and I will gladly send you the money via paypal or money order. Which ever you prefer is fine with me! If you do have the last set available please contact me at jnmuraski@gmail.com! I haven't had a chance to update my account here yet as I am very new!

Thanks,

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Yes, there will be one set left if you are interested, email sent.


We will be hopefully cutting them by Monday! They take about 35mins for each individual bracket, so bear with us on time, but I will ship them as they come off the machine, starting with the first on the list.

Thanks for being patient everyone

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I don't need mine until mid Oct. So I don't mind taking the last set.

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Originally posted by KissMySSFiero:

I don't need mine until mid Oct. So I don't mind taking the last set.



It won't be THAT long between the first and last set being shipped lol. The mill takes about 35mins for each part, they have to be sawn up from a 12' long bar into manageable pcs, then they have to be tapped for the threads (threads are large, don't like doing them on the machine). Probably going to take just over a week start to finish.

They are officially running, though

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I'm installing a rear bumpsteer kit from Held Motorsports and I was wondering if anyone has had any clearance issues with these conversion brackets. The kit is here: http://westshorefabricators...Fiero-bump-steer.htm

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Update:

Parts are cut, but not tapped yet. They will start shipping any day, just have to allow me a little time to hand tap these and clean them up before packaging them (80 holes will make one's wrist tired lol).

I think we may have found a solution to producing them a little faster, and we may be able to sell them in single sets to avoid large initial costs! We will keep you updated, but even if we keep cutting them conventionally, I'm afraid to admit the price is going to have to increase on the next batch due to the rising cost of raw materials and tooling, to be determined...

 
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I'm installing a rear bumpsteer kit from Held Motorsports and I was wondering if anyone has had any clearance issues with these conversion brackets. The kit is here: http://westshorefabricators...Fiero-bump-steer.htm


It appears to me from the pics that you should be well in the clear for fitment issues since the adapters re no-where near those mounting locations of the bump-steer mounting points, it's just hard to tell from pics on the internet alone weather or not full suspension travel may interfere, but again, it appears not.

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Bump. Updates?
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Yup! First 3-4 sets are going out on Monday/Tue (depending how many more I can get tapped tomorrow between the other stuff going on here)

They all had some surface rust on them, so they were soaked in phosphoric acid to give them a "black-oxide" finish, even of you don't paint them,they will last a few years...
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