8 & 9 Inch Ford Disc Brake Kit Replacement Rotor
Universal Fit, Rear Position, Round Rotor Shape, 11 Inch Rotor Diameter, Vented Rotor Type
Aftermarket disc brakes are superior to original drums in many ways: more braking force, less brake fade, and easier service. Large 11” diameter, 1” thick vented rotors provide more stopping leverage than common 9” or 10” drum brakes.
- Replacement rotor for Speedway 8 & 9 inch Ford Disc Brake Conversion Kit #91664083
- Disc brake stopping power at nearly the same cost as rebuilding/replacing drum brakes
- 11” diameter, 1” thick vented cast iron rotors dissipate heat faster than drum brakes
- Serviceable design ensures good drivability and piece-of-mind when on the road
- Dual wheel bolt patterns covering all GM/Ford/Mopar (5x4.5” for 1/2” studs, 5x4.75” for 7/16” studs)
- Use with 15” or larger disc brake-style wheels
- Sold as a single rotor
- For passenger car axles only, 15” and larger wheels only
- Fits 9 inch housing axle offsets of 2-3/8” to 2-1/2” (measured from outside of housing flange to outside of axle flange, not measured out to axle register but only surface where the rotor sits against). Requires “big bearing” housing ends (for a 3.150” O.D. bearing) with 3/8” bearing retainer bolt holes.
- Brake rotor has a 2.78” center hole and works with axle shaft flanges no larger than 6-1/8” diameter. If your axle shaft flange exceeds that diameter, you will need machine the flange to decrease the diameter.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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