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Last edited: Feb 15, 2012
If friend didn"t know already... There"s an additional caliper that works an extremely well according to others. In reality I"ve heard no complaints. Kinda pricy yet less the a pain. This caliper is what I"m most likely going usage on my 14bff dbc install.www.tsmmfg.com/3120.htm
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This can be far better suited for your use, just need to make sure they"ll job-related with your rotor thickness:http://www.jegs.com/i/Wilwood/950/120-2374/10002/-1?CT=999These to speak they"ll work in between 3/8" and also 1 3/8" special rotors, just much more spendy:http://www.ipsco.org/Custom Services/Parking Brake.htm
The TSM caliper is one Eldorado caliper, it just comes through the brackets that no one can ever find.
DIY4x makes, or at least MADE a dual-mount caliper, I"m considering utilizing it for the Suburban. Also, later-model 14b discs, through slip-on rotors and "drum-in-hat" e-brakes have the right to be adjusted to older axles. They need an adapter to readjust the mounting flange pattern for the caliper mount.
mbryson.......a few dollars more
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I"ve been trying to number out just how to utilize a late design Dodge or GM rear disk device on a older 14 bolt.
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Im to run a 2002 chevy key brake 14 bolt with double piston calipers and also drum style park brake in the rotor hat. All factory parts...Axle is about $400 in ~ the wrecking yards, swap in your guts, and the axle is complete. The only method I check out to swap on the more recent stuff come the enlarge axle is to reduced the brake flange off and weld on brand-new ones. Newer style has a much bigger 4 bolt flange where the brakes bolt on.