I know, I know...another Bel Air rear end question. I am sorry...I've been trying to research the answer to my questions for weeks now, but haven't had much luck. I'm finally adding some much-needed power to my Bel Air sedan, so I have a question about the rear end and the rear suspension. With the swap I have in mind, I'll probably be at +/- 350hp and want to make sure the power is properly supported. So, the rear end. I've read that the 4x4 S10 rear end works, but that you can't run disk brakes? I've got a line on a 70-80 Camaro 10-bolt rear end, but does anyone know if there are disk brake kits that will work on that rear end? Drums may be fine, but I don't know...I'm just more comfortable running disk brakes. I guess it's just a matter of what I'm used to. I can't seem to find any kits, but not sure if I'm looking in the wrong places, or if I can't find them because they don't exist. Or, if I find a kit, if I'll run into the same problem the S10 rear has with disks? Next question is, since I'm adding more power, any suggestions for upgrading the rear suspension? I have rebuilt the front and upgraded it a bit, but the rear is bone stock currently, so I'm worried that with the added power, it'll handle like a bag of wet hair. I've seen 4-link kits, but to be honest, I can't quite figure out what the advantage is with those. All I can really tell is that it's a common upgrade for those installing bags (which I don't plan on doing). Anything else I should be looking into? I appreciate any words of wisdom. Thanks!