i pay 35 for the rears and 45 for both fronts,no highlifter is were they come from,thru a local supplier..yes he gives me deals,but i did spend over 2500.00 with him last year..
but even at 150.00 it would be cheap compared to the time i would have to spend cleaning the drums,my time is way to valuable and short,i want to be riding not doing maintenance..by the time "most" people get to 800 miles it will be a good year or 2 down the road..
I am also thinking of getting the disc brake kit but did you have to get new rims? I would like to keep the stock rims but on there web site it says you have to have 12 inch rims because of the clearance for the caliper.
If anyone is wanting a set of HL Disk brakes I have seen them on E-Bay for $290 shipped. I have bought from this person and he is a real deal seller. Also stock Rincon front wheels will work with this conversion.
I like the drum breaks.I have over 4000 miles on my bike and still have a little pad left.My friend who installed them is sorry he did. We ride in florida LOTS of sand and he lucky to get 500 to 600 miles on the disk breaks.
I just put them on mine and they work really good. I ride in alot of mud and water and I like not have to worry about water getting into the drums. Just a pain to bleed when installing. Once bled real good they work great.
I have a good case of "CRS", but I think I remember reading on the highlifter.com web site that some of the Polaris brake pads will fit the conversion kit. Do a search on that site and see if you come up with anything.