GM Truck Rear
JEGS 555-631458 GM Truck 10/12 Bolt Rear Disc Brake Conversion Kit Features:
- Fits GM 10 and 12 Bolt Truck Rear Axles
- 12 in. Plain Rotors
- 6 x 5.5 in. Bolt Pattern
- GM Large Bore Single Piston Calipers w/ Self-Adjusting E-Brake (1979 Cadillac El Dorado)
- D54 Brake Pads
- Caliper Brackets & Spacers
- Bracket Hardware
- Flexible Rubber Brake Hose & Clips
- Emergency Brake Cables
JEGS 555-631458 GM Truck 10/12 Bolt Rear Disc Brake Conversion Kit Fitment:
- 1963-1970 Chevrolet C10 Truck
- 1967-1970 GMC C15 Truck
- 1963-1970 Chevrolet Suburban and 2WD Blazer
I would be installing these in a 1978 Chevrolet 4x4 truck that has a 12 bolt rear differential and a 10 bolt front differential. Will same kit fit in both the front and rear, and will the stock master cylinder power boosted be sufficient.
Will this work on a 8.5 10 bolt with 6 lug axles?
Will this kit work on K series 12 bolt 6 lug axles?
How long are the e-brake cables?
Do they offer 5 lug rotors for this application?
Will this kit fit a 73.GMC 4x4 12 bolt 6 lug rear axle
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