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Re: Disc brake conversion on a 46 2-ton [Re: RDomeck] #1291157
Sat Dec 15 2018 03:18 AM
Sat Dec 15 2018 03:18 AM
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Rock Hill
So RDomeck how do I order the disk brake conversion kit? For the 1941 Chevy COE 1.5 ton.

Re: Disc brake conversion on a 46 2-ton [Re: RDomeck] #1291158
Sat Dec 15 2018 03:20 AM
Sat Dec 15 2018 03:20 AM
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Rock Hill
And do make a conversion kit for the 1.5 ton rear Chevy COE?

Re: Disc brake conversion on a 46 2-ton [Re: tjackson118] #1291308
Sun Dec 16 2018 12:55 PM
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Re: Disc brake conversion on a 46 2-ton [Re: RDomeck] #1298470
Mon Feb 11 2019 05:06 AM
Mon Feb 11 2019 05:06 AM
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RDomeck  Offline OP
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Indianapolis, In 46254
TJackson, I am still making these kits and will be putting together an order for another big bolter in the next week or two. I also have a request for just the bracket for the dual circuit master. I'd be glad to provide you with a kit as I have parts shelved at the moment to build 5 kits. I do not make anything for the rear. You really don't need it. I have put over 12,000 pounds of material on my 46 with this front conversion and the thing would stop. Not like "I think it may stop". It really stopped. I had no issue putting an employee behind the wheel of this truck as I knew it would stop.

I have sense sold the truck, but will be building another one this year with these same parts. You are welcome to give me a call or communicate through messenger on this forum.

Thanks,


Randy Domeck
Indianapolis Fabrications
Indianapolis, In. 46254
317-258-0039

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