Speedway Mopar Manual Disc Brake Conv. Kit for B & E Body
Front Position, Dual: 5 on 4" | 4.50" Bolt Pattern, 11 Inch Rotor Diameter, Vented Rotor Type
- OEM style disc brake conversion kit for your Mopar B & E-body that uses your stock control arms, saving you more time and money
- Fits 1962-1972 B-bodies and 1970-1974 E-bodies
- Features 11" cast iron rotors, loaded calipers, rubber brake lines, hubs, backing plates, spindles, dust caps, and all bearings, seals, and hardware
- Also includes a manual Master Cylinder that is period correct for all non Hemi applications and 1967-70 Hemi applications
- Requires the use of 15" or larger wheels
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Standard Stock Height Disc Conversion for 1962-74 Mopar B & E Bodies.Includes a period correct 4 bolt Bendix style manual master cylinder, nearly identical to the original 2225621 master cylinder used on all original Mopar disc brake cars and Hemi cars from 1967-70.
- B-Body 1962-72
- E-Body 1970-74
- 11" Rotors Standard Rotors
- New Single Piston Mid 70's Mopar Calipers, Slider Type
- D84 Brake Pads
- Robber Flex Line Hoses
- Hubs, Backing Plates
- Stock Height Spindles
- Bearings, Seals, Dust Caps
- Spindle Nuts, Spindle Washers and All Hardware.
- Bendix Style; Near identical to original 2225621 with correct lid inscription
- Master is period correct used on all non Hemi applications, and also correct for Hemi applications from 1967-70.
- Manual Master Cylinder Rod Kit Included.2225621
Fits your stock 14" rims!
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What's In The Kit
91664038 BOX 1Part # 91664038.1Qty x 1
91664038 BOX 2Part # 91664038.2Qty x 1
91664038 BOX 3Part # 91664038.3Qty x 1
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