Chevy Truck Disc Brake Conversion Wheel Kit
Front Position, 5 on 5" Bolt Pattern, 12 Inch Rotor Diameter, Vented Rotor Type, Natural
- Forged Spindles
- 12" Rotors 5x5"
- GM Large Single Bore Calipers w/ Pads
- Caliper Brackets
- Backing Plates
- Rubber Brake Hoses & Banjo Bolts w/ Crush Washers
- Grease Seals, Bearings, & Dust Caps.
- For use with 15” rims or larger.
- Works with 5x5” Bolt Pattern.
Will not work on stock 15” steel wheels before 1971. Works with most 15” rally wheels or wheels from ‘71+ model years.
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NotesWill not work on stock 15" wheels before 1971. Works with most 15" rally wheels or wheels from '71+ model years.
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