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  1. I was checking my brakes because they are spongy at best and even though I had bled the lines thinking the last person to work on the brakes had not done this, they still had to go to the floor to stop the Bronk. The front brakes have had a conversion to discs, but when looking at the calipers, they look odd. I have attached pics for your viewing pleasure. I could not find the usual 2 bolt attachment from the rear of the calipers....as a matter of fact, there was nothing i could find holding the calipers in place other than pressure. I could not however move them off the rotor....any info from the vast knowledgeable majority? I also found the rear drum pads to be in pieces so that is the project O' the day...........any responses to the disc brakes would be appreciated.
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