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What Are The Top JEGS Front Disc Brake Conversion Kits?

The most popular front disc brake conversion kit offered by JEGS fits Jeep CJ5 and CJ7 with Dana 30, Dana 44, Dana 25, and Dana 27 axles. The next most commonly purchased JEGS front disc conversion kit fits GM A, F & X Body vehicles. Rounding out the top three most popular kits is the 1962-1974 Mopar B & E body front complete power disc brake conversion kit.

How Much Do JEGS Front Disc Brake Conversion Kits Cost?

JEGS drum to disc brake conversion kit options range in price from under $550 to around $1,000 depending on the year, make, and model as well as included components.

What Are The Main Benefits of JEGS Front Disc Brake Conversion Kits?

The main benefit of a front disk brake conversion kit is improved braking performance from replacing original equipment drum brakes that are prone to brake fade with disc brakes, which are found on nearly every modern vehicle due to their reliability and consistent braking capability.

How To Install JEGS Front Disc Brake Conversion Kits

Due to the different brake, steering, and suspension systems that different year, make, and model vehicles use, the steps to install the conversion kit will vary. It is important to follow the included instructions for proper assembly and operation of the brakes. However, general steps for a disc brake conversion include the following:

  • Safely raise and secure the vehicle to allow access to the brakes.
  • Remove the wheel and tire assembly.
  • Remove the brake drum, shoes, hardware, wheel cylinder, and backing plate.
  • With all drum brake components removed, clean, inspect, and prepare the spindle for disc brake assembly.
  • Install the inner bearings on the spindle.
  • Install the brake caliper support bracket(s).
  • Install the brake rotor as well as the outer wheel bearing, retainer, and nut.
  • Install the brake caliper with bleeder screw facing up.
  • Install the brake booster (if included) and master cylinder as well as the proportioning valve.
  • When the kit is installed, top of the brake fluid and bleed the brakes.
  • Lower the vehicle back to the ground and test brake operation.