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Rear brake swap from drum to disc 09 silverado

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I have a 09 Silverado which i'm looking to change the ugly drum brakes in the back to disc and I am at a loss as to what models cross over. No salvage yard help or anything. So I just need a nudge in the right direction to find the parts and a little info on what all needs to be done

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07 trucks with the 6.0L Vortec max package

NHT trucks with the 6.2

Any 6.2L trucks

 

These all have rear discs for the gmt-900's

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