CPP 4953WBK-S 1949-53 Ford Car Front Disc Brake Kit
Front Position, 5 on 4.5" Bolt Pattern, 11.75 Inch Rotor Diameter, Vented Rotor Type, Natural
- Designed specifically for the 1949-1953 Ford cars
- Features a forged aluminum hub that helps make the kit strong and lightweight
- 11.75" rotor is designed to clear 15"-up wheels
- Kit will keep the factory 5x4.5 lug pattern
- Engineered to bolt on to factory spindles on your Ford Shoebox
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This wheel kit is designed to bolt on to factory spindles on your Ford Shoebox. A forged aluminum hub helps to make the kit strong and lightweight. Kit inlcudes aluminum hubs with races, wheel studs, bearings, seals, plain rotors, loaded calipers, mounting plates and brackets, brake houses, banjo bolts, spindle nut kits and mounting hardware.
This kit keeps the factory 5x4.5 lug pattern. Will not work for Mercury.
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What's In The Kit
1949-53 Ford Front Disc Brake Kit, Box 1 of 2Part # 91030901.1Qty x 1
1949-53 Ford Front Disc Brake Kit, Box 2 of 2Part # 91030901.2Qty x 1
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