Basic Disc Brake Kits: 1965-1968 Chevy Full Size Car
7.00" Mounting Bolt Center to Center, .38" Material Thickness, Steel, Powder Coated
- Kit allows user to put disc brakes on a full size 1965-1968 Chevy car such as a Bel Air, Biscayne, or Impala
- Calipers have 7/16"-20 inlet; for rotors that are 11" with 5 on 4-3/4" bolt pattern
- Premium heavy-duty steel construction for superior strength and durability
- Mounting bolt center to center 7.00", material thickness .38"
- Includes caliper brackets, bolts, and spindle nuts
These kits allows you to put disc brakes on your full size 1965-68 Chevy cars such as Bel Air, Biscayne, or Impala. Calipers have 7/16"-20 inlet; for rotors that are 11" with 5 on 4-3/4" bolt pattern.
- Brake Brackets
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