The main item you will need is the caliper bracket-I do not think local parts store carry them.I could be wrong about that though. If you get a bracket for large calipers then 72 Monte Carlo calipers,pads and rotors can be found at your local store.
I got my kit from east coast chevy the whole kit was like $450 and had everything I needed including tech support it took me an afternoon to install
calipers, rotors, brake pads, brackets, and the m/c with prop valve and brake lines, wheel bearings the whole 9
I dont think you can beat the price
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