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99 CHEVY TAHOE AND WANT TO REPLACE MY REAR END WITH DISC BRAKES

I WANT TO REPLACE MY REAR END WITH DISC BRAKES WHAT REAR END CAN I USE THAT'S COMPATIBLE AND AS WELL GO WITH POSSI REAR END.

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  • potato818 Apr 18, 2009

    WOULD IT BE EASIER TO FIND ONE WITH DISC BRAKES THATS COMPATIBLE OR THERE IS NO SUCH THING



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98 Z71 Chevy rear end will work on this. You may need to get a kit to install disc

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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    Jeremy Reddick Apr 18, 2009

    There is no such thing. Most big trucks and vans use only front disc and rear drum. due to if you are twing a vehicle disc will lock up easier then drum. But if you check junk yards you may be able to find one with the set up already for you

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