Speedway 9" Ford Truck Rear End High Performance Disc Brake Kit
Universal Fit, Rear Position, 5 on 5.5" Bolt Pattern, 11 Inch Rotor Diameter, Vented Rotor Type
- This kit will work on a pre-1987 Ford 9” rear-end light truck
- Features rear single piston calipers with a E-brake option
- Rotors come pre-drilled with the 5 on 5.5" bolt pattern
- A drilled and slotted design ensure proper heat dissipation
- Entire kit is designed to be easy to mount for almost anybody
Wish you had 4 wheel disc brakes and don't want to swap your rear end to do it? This kit is what you want to convert your PRE-1987 Ford truck or Bronco rear drum brakes. Easy to bolt-on and comes complete with large single-piston calipers and emergency brake cables all in this one kit! When converting to 4 wheel disc brakes you will need a disc/disc proportioning valve and larger bore master cylinder to get the right ratio and fluid to those rear calipers.
Ford 9" Truck Kit
- Rear Single Piston Calipers W/ E-Brake Option
- D154 Pads Included
- Rubber Brake Hoses (Stainless Steel Available)
- Caliper Brackets
- E-Brake Cables
- Mounting Hardware
- E-Brake Rear Loaded Calipers
- Brackets & Flanges to fit:
- 3-3/8” x 2”
- 3-1/2” x 2-3/8”
- 3-9/19” x 2”
- Drilled & Slotted Rotors
- Drilled 5x5.5" for 1/2 Studs
The DBK9TRK provides an easy to install, bolt-on solution for upgrading your Pre-1987 Ford 9” rear-end light truck to disc brake performance. Many consumers may be unsure of which size 9” rear-end their vehicle has. MBM’s kit is unique in that it provides all the brackets and flanges that fit the three most popular sizes of the 9” rear end (3-3/8” x 2”, 3-1/2”x 2-3/8”, 3-9/16” x 2”). Top that off with 5 on 5 1/2 bolt pattern rotors and you eliminate much of the customer guess-work when purchasing and installing the kit.
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