12-10-2002, 08:09 AM
Join Date: Feb 1999
Location: North Hollywood, Ca
I am not to familiar with the caliper options on 9-bolts, but do know they had the offset style. I have a 10-bolt with the same caliper arrangement, here is what I went through.
New parking brake cables (the OEMs might be worn, might as well change them)
Make sure the hard brake lines are on the differential. One the driver's side it uses a hard line to the caliper.
And that is it. If you want to go all out, you can replace the prop valve with a disc rear prop valve. I have seen cases (cars in person) were it is not needed.
George P. Lara:
2001 Camaro SS #0391 342rwhp/400rwtq
JG Tuned 6.0L, GMS Lid, Full Hooker Exhaust, B&M 3000, 3.73s
2002 1500HD 4x4
JG Tuned LQ4, AFE Intake, XR256HR Comp Cam, Pacesetter LTs, Gibson Exhaust