JEGS GM 10 & 12 Bolt Rear Disc Brake Conversion Kit for 1968-1969 F-Body & 1968-1974 X-Body [Standard Kit Non E-Brake]
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Staggered Shock Configuration
Special Note: Staggered shock rear axles require you to mount the driver’s side brake caliper towards the front of the car and the passenger side brake caliper towards the rear of the car.
- For Leaf Springs with One Shock Forward and One Shock Behind the Rear Axle
- Does Not Fit S-10 Chassis, Truck Frames, or 14 in. Rims
- Designed Only for 1968-1969 F-Body Cars & 1968-1974 X Bodies
- Maximum Diameter of 6.11 in. to Fit Rotor Hat
- 0.050 in. x 45 degree Chamfer
- 2.786 in. Max Register Axle
- (1 Set) Loaded Raw Calipers Left/Right
- (2) Hubless 10 Hole Plain Rotors
- (2) 10 mm Rubber Brake Hoses
- (2) 10 mm Banjo Bolts
- (4) 10 mm Copper Washers
- (6) 3/8 in. -24 x 50 Bolts
- (6) 3/8 in. -24 Lock Nuts
- (6) 20 x 10.5 x 2 Washers
- (2) Brake Hose Clips
- (1 box) Left & Right Caliper Brackets
- (6) Shims
- (2) Brake Hose Mounting Tabs
- (2) Square Backing Plates/Axle Flange
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