Ford 9 in Truck Rear Disc Brake Conversions
Drilled & Slotted Rotors
This JEGS Premium Rear Axle Disc Brake Conversion Kit with Parking Brake is an easy bolt-on solution for upgrading your Pre-1987 Ford F-Series 9 in. light truck rear-end to disc brake performance
- This kit Requires a disc/disc proportioning valve. JEGS recommends 555-63025.
- JEGS recommends a 1.125 in. large bore master cylinder like 555-631403 when adding disc brakes.
- Maximum axle flange diameter of 7.25 in. with 4.25 in. max register to fit rotor hat.
- Fits Small bearing 9 in. (3 3/8 in. x 2 in. Flange), Early Big bearing 9 in. (3 1/2 in. x 2 3/8 in. Flange) and Late Big bearing 9 in. (3 9/16in. x 2 in. Flange)
- (2) BR9A Bracket & (2) FL9A (1 Bag)
- (2) BR9B Bracket & (2) FL9B (1 Bag)
- (2) BR9C Bracket & (2) FL9C (1 Bag)
- (2) Caliper Brackets
- (1 Bag) Hardware Kit
- (2) Brake Hoses
- (1 Bag) Emergency Brake Kit
- (2) Emergency Brake Cables
- (2) Brake hose mounts & (2) clips (1 bag)
- (1 Box) Left/Driver Side & Right/Passenger Side Brake Calipers with Brake Pads
- (2) Standard Rotors, 11.625 in. dia x 1 in. thick - Drilled for 5 x 5 1/2 in. bolt pattern & 1/2 in. Studs
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