This I would appreciate. It would be so beneficial to have the admin make a "sticky" say one for the cruise method the other for autocross? It's quite the task to scan through all 43 posts to see what everyone actually used and found successful- yes I know a first world problem.
But you know what I mean?
Thanks for the welcome.
OK, I take it you are looking for the most dependable system. This is the conversion I did on my 1966 300.
I will tell you first off that I am not a big fan of the conversion kits out there and for myself I prefer factory parts that were designed for the size of our cars. (I know I am going to catch hell from a lot of members for that statement, but others will agree).
The first thing to decide is what spindles to use. Chrysler used one spindle for 1972 and another for 1973. The 1972 spindles use the same wheel bearings as your 1968 drum brakes. The 1973 spindles use larger wheel bearings and are getting very scarce and pricey. Whatever year you decide the rotors and wheel bearings are readily available. Both spindles use the same calipers, pads, and hoses.
The second one is to change your Master cylinder, and Power booster to the 1967 - 1968 Disc Brake ones. These are also available thru parts stores. So whichever you decide then we can walk you thru the installation.
I also know that I will catch flack about my choice on the Master and Booster, but you have a 4600 pound car that is getting harder to find body parts for everyday. If you have any other questions you can send me a PM.