356 Disc Brakes

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Re: 356 Disc Brakes

Post by retrovan » Wed Apr 10, 2013 6:01 pm

Pine why not stay with the proven SA acceptable statement.... :roll:

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Re: 356 Disc Brakes

Post by Mustang Sally » Sun May 19, 2013 3:53 pm

Long delay but always worth the wait! Pics of the disc conversion as promised.
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Re: 356 Disc Brakes

Post by Mustang Sally » Sun May 19, 2013 3:59 pm

We used the adapters as supplied by Calooker so that we could stick with the original rims. After sourcing longer studs it was a breeze. Definitely slightly wider stance but looking great!
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Re: 356 Disc Brakes

Post by mrembola » Tue May 10, 2016 8:24 pm

Hi

i just joined the forum and i would like to know how to contact "Calooker ACVWSA" because i also need to make the same conversion which i discussed.
i have a 1971 beetle and i need to convert from drum to brake discs like the once from the images above. i don't know the place to go to for buy the
"Mk1 Golf Disk brake conversion kit".
please help me as i really need to convert my braking system

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Re: 356 Disc Brakes

Post by eben » Wed May 11, 2016 8:29 am

mrembola wrote:Hi

i just joined the forum and i would like to know how to contact "Calooker ACVWSA" because i also need to make the same conversion which i discussed.
i have a 1971 beetle and i need to convert from drum to brake discs like the once from the images above. i don't know the place to go to for buy the
"Mk1 Golf Disk brake conversion kit".
please help me as i really need to convert my braking system
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