Front - BRAKES
This may look like a pile of junk, but it is great donor part. Reuse the drum spindles, steering arm, hub and bolts/ hardware.
Note: support back side with a tube and hammer in the studs, don’t use a hydraulic press, you will warp the hub! Been there done that.
They are ¼” thick steel. The upper mounting bolt that goes into the spindle is 5/8"-18, 1-1/2" Long found them on McMaster-Carr part number 91286A435 with a lock washer.
Reused the stock ½” bottom bolts that go through the steering arm.
Install the 2002 Camaro caliper brackets to the fabricated conversion brackets using two grade 8.8, 12mm x 1.75 x 12mm long bolts and lock washers commonly found at a local hardware store.
Mount the 2002 Camaro rotors on and put lug nuts and tighten them down to see their position relative to the calipers. Mount the 2002 Camaro 2 piston calipers with brackets and pads. The rotor must spin true and free from rubbing the caliper bracket. It must be centered and there is not much room for it to be offset. Some company sells a spacer to mount under the inner hub bearing to move the hub out. One option is to put one washer under the bracket as shown in the pic above, at each of the 2 bolts to bring it out center. It may vary on each individual build. Each set-up may vary a little. (316ss 7/16, .055-.069 thick McMaster-Carr part number 90107A032.)
Another option, that I chose, was to add a spacer between the hub and the rotor.
I cut the centers out of a set of old brake drums.