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Right Stuff Ford 9" Rear Disc Brake Conversion Kit Without Parking Brake

Right Stuff ZDCRDM2
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Right Stuff Ford 9" Rear Disc Brake Conversion Kit Without Parking Brake $278.78
Ford 9" Rear Disc Brake Conversion Kit
  • Without Parking Brake
  • Also fits Ford 8''

  • Right Stuff ZDCRDM2 Details

    Rear Disc Brake Conversion Kits

    Includes:
  • 9" Ford Small Bearing Caliper Mounting Brackets 965-CMB100
  • BR09C2: 9" Ford Rear Disc Conversion, No E-Brake
  • Left Hand Caliper, New 965-BC12N
  • BC13N: Right Hand Caliper, New
  • Ford Rear Instructions
  • FHK309: Rear Brake Line

  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    ZDCRDM2

    Right Stuff's rear Ford 9'' large bearing disc brake conversion kits have what it takes to give your Ford some serious stopping power. These conversion kits include 11.5'' O.D. with 2.780'' Hub I.D. rotors, calipers w/ built-in parking brake, parking brake cables, caliper brackets w/ hardware, brake pads & flex hoses. Each rotor is drilled for Ford 5 x 4.5'' w/ 1/2'' studs and GM 5 x 4.75'' w/ 7/16'' stud bolt patterns. Fits both early and late passenger car housing ends and accepts both 2.36'' and 2.5'' offsets. Kits are available with or without cross-drilled rotors.


    NOTE: Will Not Fit Truck Axles or GT500 Rims.

    What is the I.D. of the rotor, I have a 6.25 axle flange

    Asked by: Falcon1960
    This will not fit, the Maximum axle flange diameter of 6.11" with 2.786" max register to fit rotor hat.
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2018-02-17

    Just wanted to make sure that these will work on a 1977 f150 4x4, and if so will they clear aftermarket aluminum wheels??

    Asked by: DMZ1
    No, because it uses the wheel bolt pattern for 5x4.5 and 5x4.75.
    Answered by: BrandonJ
    Date published: 2017-09-05
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