My CJ goes really well with the 304, Edelbrock Intake, Holley 650, 9:1 compression and performance cam. My issue is stopping it takes a long distance and a short prayer. I’m sure I could do a better job adjusting the drum brakes but I really want disc brakes. I couldn’t figure out why there wasn’t a Wilwood kit for the 1974 CJ. Ummm duh, there isn’t a tab to mount the brake caliper on the knuckle. So... I have decided to fit later CJ disc brake knuckles (and all associated parts) and get a set of Wilwood front brakes. I might do an axle swap for rears but that will be way in the future! So far I bought a set of knuckles. One new and one used. Only you can only buy the driver’s side new...??? I am going to get the knuckles powder coated and ready for install. Once that is done I will have new ball joints pressed in. I need to buy: spindles, hubs, locking hubs and nuts,washers, bearings. Oh, and the brake kit! I don’t think my 15 inch rims will work. The kit calls for a 16 inch rim but I run spacers so maybe that gives me more room?? If not I need some new Super Swampers anyhow...... the ones on her are 35 yrs old! So I might go 16in rims / new tires. Will my master cylinder work? Is the existing proportioning valve ok? Anything I am not thinking if or looking at the wrong way?? Anyone else try this yet? Do my drum brakes / drum knuckles have much value?