GM 7.5 Inch 10 Bolt Bolt-On Rear Brake Kit
GM 7.5 Inch 10-Bolt, Rear Position, 5 on 4.75" Bolt Pattern, 11.63 Inch Rotor Diameter, Natural
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If you dont want to spend and arm and a leg on a rear disc brake kit and still have to weld the bracket on, weve got you covered. This kit includes two bolt-on caliper brackets, two 11-5/8" vented rotors, two GM metric style calipers, brake pads and hardware.
- 5 on 4-3/4" bolt circle
- Fits over an axle with a maximum flange diameter of 6" O.D.
- 2.872" rotor center hole
- Requires a minimum 14-5/8" I.D. for caliper clearance
- Brake calipers feature 7/16"-20 inlet thread
With Non-Emergency Brake Calipers
910-31923 Instructions (PDF)
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What's In The Kit
Replacement 11-5/8 Rear Brake Rotor for GMPart # 91031043Qty x 2
7.5" GM Bracket Bolt KitPart # 91031923-2Qty x 1
Brake Pad SPCR-Metric with .980Part # 91041909Qty x 2
7.5" GM Rear Caliper BracketsPart # 91031928-1Qty x 1
IMCA Approved 1978-88 GM Metric LH Brake Caliper, 7/16-20 InletPart # 91031045-LQty x 1
IMCA Approved 1978-88 GM Metric RH Brake Caliper, 7/16-20 InletPart # 91031045-RQty x 1
Speedway GM Brake Caliper Slider Slide BoltPart # 8352300542Qty x 4
Speedway Soft Street Brake Pads, GM Metric 1978-Up D154Part # 9193381Qty x 1
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