OK so no replies you should just get a 40 banjo and be done with it. I have a 27 T that I am putting a V8-60 in and since it is only 60 horse power on a good day I thought that a model A banjo with a T spring would fit just fine. Remember this isn't a top fuel pro stock grand touring blah blah blah. It's a cool little 1,000 pound two seater car. So the question is how to add juice brakes to a model A banjo. Change out the backing plates to juice plates? I do not think that the axle holes are the same. No problem I can weld in a patch and reinforcement. Is there a better way?