yes you can get a kit to convert brakes
No. The 1997 has drum brakes and the 2003 has disc brakes.
ro my knowledge you cannot change them to disc, and for the records you wouldn't want to change them there drum brakes for a reason
Disc brakes ( also have rear parking brake shoes )
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THOSE ARE DISC BRAKES
Wagonners, pickups, and the Jeepster had disc brakes in 1972. The CJ did not get disc brakes until 1977.
Disc brakes stop a vehicle more efficiently than drum brakes.
Disc brakes ( with small brake shoes in the back of the rotors for your parking / emergency brake )
Four-wheel disc brakes were introduced in 1965 on the Corvette. Some AMC vehicles had Disc Brakes, and the Studebaker Avanti also had Disc Brakes. I know of no other American vehicles in 1965 with disc brakes. FYI, the 1948 Tucker had Disc Brakes as standard equipment. Only 51 examples were ever made.
pad brakes are disc brakes, it's known as changing brake pads for disc setup and changing brake shoes with drum brake setup.
On a Ford Explorer : There are disc brakes on the front and ( starting with the 1995 model year ) there are disc brakes on the rear also ( instead of drum brakes on the rear )
disc brakes , front and rear
Depends on what you mean by best. Disc brakes tend to offer the most braking power for a given amount of force applied at the lever. But a disc brake setup is heavier and has poorer aerodynamics than caliper brakes. And disc brakes wear faster than drum brakes, roller brakes and band brakes. Disc brakes are not as well sealed as drums or rollers, so performance will still be slightly weather dependent.
Front disc brakes were available on some models
disc brakes , front and rear
You have disc brakes front and rear. Disc brakes are self adjusting. If the brakes are poor, you have a problem and it needs attention.
Disc brakes and drum brakes.
No, they are inferior to disc brakes. Drum brakes were used from the beginning of the auto up until the late 60s. Drum brakes are more prone to overheating than disc brakes. Disc brakes also shed water much better than drum brakes which improves stopping distance in wet conditions. Disc brakes apply pressure more evenly than drum brakes thus improving stopping distance. Disc brakes are superior in every way.
it either has front disc brakes and rear drum or it has front and rear disc bakes. look for a flat disc in the front and back - those are front and rear disc brakes-they take pads. The drum brakes take shoes.
First, determine if they are disc or drum. If drum, remove the drum and replace the shoes. If they are disc, remove the caliper (and disc if necessary) replace the shoes and reassemble.
Yes there are kits out there where you can convert drums to disc
No, the 2003 Camry does not have disc brakes on the rear of the vehicle.
Not all Iroc Z's have rear disc brakes. It was an option for all Camaros not just the Irocs for the rear disc brakes. Most likely if your car has the code G80(RPO codes are listed in the glove box in the center console) then it will have Rear disc brakes. However ALL 5.7L IROCs do have rear disc brakes.