68-72 F100 DISC KIT DP6 RD
Front Position, 5 on 4.5" | 5" Bolt Pattern, 11.75 Inch Rotor Diameter, Vented Rotor Type, Red
Wildwood’s Classic Series front disc brake kits for Ford F100 trucks from 1968 to 1972, offer disc brake upgrade solutions for OEM Drum spindles. A completely new kit design, featuring a one piece 11.75" x 1.10” rotor and hub assembly. Based on the venerable Forged Billet Dynapro 6 caliper, these versatile kits are easily optioned to suit the braking requirements and style preferences for a daily driver or the most discriminating show enthusiast. Intended vehicle applications require no modifications for installation, and should provide plenty of clearance inside popular 15" wheels. DP6 1 piece kits can be used with either manual or power boost master cylinders. Kits come complete with calipers, rotors and hub assembly, brackets, and hardware
- Spindle Type: Factory Drum Spindle
- Mount Type: Lug
- Wheel Diameter: 15 Inches
- Type: Dynapro 6
- Finish: Red Powder Coat
- Piston Count: 6
- Piston Type: Stainless
- Mount Type: Lug
- Brake Pad Compound: BP-10
- Rotor: 160-14556
- Type: 1 PC Hub and Rotor
- Style: Plain Face
- Surface Finish: Plain
- Material: Iron
- Diameter: 11.75"
- Width: 1.1"
- Vane Count: Vented
- Design Type:ULHP
Assembly Instructions (PDF)
Wheel Clearance Diagram (JPG)
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