Deluxe Disc Brake Kits: 1957-1964 Ford Half Ton
Front Position, 5 on 5.5" Bolt Pattern, 11.75 Inch Rotor Diameter, Vented Rotor Type, Natural
- Add braking performance to your '57-'64 Ford 1/2 ton truck with this budget friendly disc brake conversion
- Features a big 11-3/4" vented rotor, bigger rotors generate more torque on the wheel increasing stopping performance
- Includes larger bore GM midsize calipers (71-76 Impala) for increased clamping force and to reduce brake fade
- Rotors have 5 on 5-1/2" bolt pattern and 1/2"-20 studs for use with disc brake compatible wheels
- Simple bolt on all inclusive kit with instructions provided for a seamless installation
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These kits allow you to put disc brakes on your 1957-64 Ford 1/2 ton pick-up.
- Simple bolt-on installation to stock Ford spindles
- Full kit has everything you need to make the swap
- Improved stopping power and safety with disc brakes
- Excellent value to upgrade your favorite classic Ford pickup
When affixing caliper onto the bracket, check for the caliper to bracket clearance as it may require minor modification to the caliper due to interference fit between the caliper bracket and caliper.
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What's In The Kit
Basic Disc Brake Kits: 1957-1964 Ford Half TonPart # 91631985Qty x 1
Ford F-150 11.75 Inch Brake RotorPart # 91031068Qty x 2
1971-76 Chevy Impala Left Brake CaliperPart # 91031044-LQty x 1
1971-76 Chevy Impala Right Brake CaliperPart # 91031044-RQty x 1
Seal 1.875x2.625 InchPart # 912S18580Qty x 2
Brake Kit HardwarePart # 910319.1Qty x 1
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