1963-1970 Chevy C10 Truck Rear 6 Lug Disc Brake Kit
Rear Position, 6 on 5.5" Bolt Pattern, 12 Inch Rotor Diameter, Solid Rotor Type, Natural
Complete Rear Disc Brake Conversion Kit Includes:
- 12" Rotor
- 6x5.5" Bolt Pattern
- Large GM Large Bore Single Piston Calipers w/ Self Adjusting E-Brake (1979 Cadillac El Dorado)
- D54 Pads Included
- Caliper Brackets & Spacers
- Bracket Hardware
- Flex Hoses & Clips
- Emergency Brake Cables
Easy to install, no welding required.
1963 C10/ GMC15 Truck
1964 C10/ GMC15 Truck
1965 C10/ GMC15 Truck
1966 C10/ GMC15 Truck
1967 C10/ GMC15 Truck
1968 C10/ GMC15 Truck
1969 C10/ GMC15 Truck
1970 C10/ GMC15 Truck
Also fits 1963-1970 Chevy Suburban & 2WD Blazer
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