Not to beat a dead horse on a brake conversion but I’d like some input if you all have any. I’ve got a ’67 GS with drum/drum and want to convert the front only to disc. I’ve got 14” wheels and from what I’ve found in some other threads, the 14” wheels could either be for drum or for disc, and there is a difference – caliper/rotor fit seems to be the problem. At some point I’ll be going to either a 15” or 16” wheel but right now I’m okay with 14”. I’ve got the wheels and a new set of tires. My unknowns are with the conversion kits. I’ve got 2 or 3 options lined up from suggestions in other threads but the 14” drum wheels I have are making me wonder about choosing. I don’t want to end up limiting myself down the road or end up buying another brake setup. I can get a kit for 14” wheels; https://www.ss396.com/chevelle/AFXDC14-9.html This will work with bigger wheels, but would I have anything I’d need to be concerned with down the road if I go this route? This kit says it’s for a 14” wheel and larger, at least on the Right Stuff site; https://www.getdiscbrakes.com/afxdc01c The same kit on the SS396 site says 15” wheel or larger; https://www.ss396.com/chevelle/AFXDC01C.html So, more gray area stuff… I don’t want to ‘make something work’ but a little bit of fiddling around to get things working doesn’t bother me. I don’t want to piece things together, so I prefer going with a kit. Appreciate any input you all may have. Thanks.