In this video I come up with a brand new way to mount disk brakes onto your rear drum brake axle, in this case a D44 from a Cherokee or Comanche. By doing it this way, we will have a much bigger brake than the ZJ method but the only downside is no E-brake. Stay tuned for Part2 to see how it all works out.
Part 2: https://youtu.be/ChikljEiEg8
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