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1968-1974 Nova Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit (9 inch Booster)

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This 1968-1974 Nova disc brake conversion kit allows you to convert your Novav from a four wheel drum setup to a disc front drum rear setup for dramatically increased stopping power and safety. Unlike many other Nova disc brake conversion kits on the market, this kit features all OEM style components for a factory fresh look.

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Retail Price

$689.85

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$620.87

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  • Ground Up Part # FM-1790FR9
  • Manufacturer Part # FM-1790FR9
  • Brand Ground Up
  • Sold As: Kit
  • Eligible For Discounting w/ Promo Code No
  • Eligible For Free Shipping w/ Promo Code No
  • Shipping Details: This item ships in multiple oversize boxes.


This 1968-1974 Nova disc brake conversion kit allows you to convert your Novav from a four wheel drum setup to a disc front drum rear setup for dramatically increased stopping power and safety. Unlike many other Nova disc brake conversion kits on the market, this kit features all OEM style components for a factory fresh look.

Kit Contains:



Instructions: Download Instructions

Part Notes
This kit works with 15 inch wheels or larger. It is recommended to use our disc brake conversion brake line kit as original brake lines will not work with this kit. See related products below. Most cars originally came with an 11 inch booster from the factory but 9 inch has better clearance for tall valve covers and braking performance is not affected.

Parts Application:



Part Notes: This kit works with 15 inch wheels or larger. It is recommended to use our disc brake conversion brake line kit as original brake lines will not work with this kit. See related products below. Most cars originally came with an 11 inch booster from the factory but 9 inch has better clearance for tall valve covers and braking performance is not affected.
Instructions: Download Instructions


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