Ok, so today me and my buddy David decided to have a go at the conversion that has been sitting down stairs for a while, here's the story. We started at 10:30, got the car on the lift and assessed the situation. Situation good, all parts need were there and everything was going to be plug and play. First hurdle you come to is the Torx nuts that keep the spindle from spinning around and around, there are four, and they are bastards. They strip very easily, and are located inside the trailing arms. So we attacked... Torx key... and where they are located... Now, a bit of knowledge to pass on. When you are doing a rear disc conversion, you do NOT have to have the full trailing arm, but if you do you get to avoid the hell of these bolts, so it's your choice, but if you do swap trailing arms you have to man up for a realignment...on to the story... So we stripped three of these bastards, and had to remove them via force, my favorite part... David readies the torch... So, with the stripped bolts you can approach them a couple ways, one is to... Drill.... But we wound up with the tried and true....burn the fuckers alive method... Once you have heated them up enough, use a chisel and hammer to pound them in a downward motion till they break and eventually unscrew, or, chisel a slot into them, let them cool and use a large flathead and unscrew them, we used both depending on which one it was and where it was located if we had enough access to it. Ahhhh....sweet victory... Now just reverse the process of removal, minus the torch and drill... Damn, that's a lot of work you say for just the same rear disc, well no they are about an inch bigger... And are matched to the front, which are going on sometime this week. So once you are done, not that we are, but you know what I mean, you're going to need some wheels that are going to fit the new lug pattern. This is where everyone gets to laugh, I had to use some Saab rims, as they were the only ones in the junkyard that had tires, and would fit the lugs and hub bolt ring, so laugh it up... Planning, planning, planning, I can not emphasize this enough. I am lucky and have a full shop with lifts and tools at my disposal, but you need all the little things that are going to possibly give you troubles, like having extra torx bolts, correct brake cables, and lines, pads, rotors, etc.. Well I hope you enjoyed my day, and maybe someone can find some use in the half hour I spent writing it up, cheers bitches.