Hey everyone, I have been searching the forum for the past couple hours but I think I am just overwhelming and confusing myself at this point. I hope a few of you won't mind giving a newbie some advice.
I need to service the brakes on my '92 - I am thinking it may be a good time to go ahead and convert the rear brakes from drum to disk if I can do it relatively cheap (under $300).
I am reading all this stuff about replacing the brake cylinder with one from a '95, or pulling the brakes out of a Cherokee... seems like there's lots of options and routes to take. Wow!
What I need is the easiest option for a newbie. I have never worked with drum brakes before, and I have very little outside help. I need a strait forward route to take - any links to other people's write ups or directions would be very appreciated.
Also, my local u-pull it has a waiting list for most Jeeps... so any plan involving getting something out of another Jeep probably won't work for me
However, I do have access to a machine shop.