1962-74 Mopar B/E-Body Front Disc Brake Kit
Front Position, 5 on 4.5" Bolt Pattern, 11 Inch Rotor Diameter, Vented Rotor Type, Natural
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This is the brake kit you Mopar guys have been waiting for. This complete disc brake kit is for 1962-1972 B-body and 1970-1974 E-body cars and includes rotors, spindles, calipers, brackets, pads, bearings, seals, dust caps, hoses and hardware for both front wheels. No machine work, bolts together. 11" outside diameter rotors. 5 on 4-1/2" bolt pattern. Calipers have 7/16"-20 inlet.
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This kit includes brake lines. This brake kit fits the following body styles:
Dodge B-Body and Plymouth B-Body:
- 1962 Dart
- 1962-1964 Savoy
- 1963-1964 330/440 Polara
- 1962-1970 Belvedere
- 1965-1972 Coronet
- 1967-1972 Satellite
- 1966-1972 Charger
- 1967-1971 GTX
- 1968-1972 Road Runner
- 1972 Regent
- 1972 Sebring
- 1962-1964 Sport Fury
Dodge E-Body and Plymouth E-Body:
- 1970-1974 Challenger
- 1970-1974 Barracuda
910-31962 Instructions (PDF)
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What's In The Kit
Disc Brake Kit 62-74 MoparPart # 91031962-1Qty x 1
Disc Brake Kit 62-64 MoparPart # 91031962-3Qty x 1
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