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14b rear discbrake conversion.

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by sinchphoto, Oct 28, 2002.

  1. sinchphoto

    sinchphoto 1/2 ton status

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    14b rear disk. complete setup.
    how, who, where? any websites outhere that show this stuff. or anyone done it and know what i need, or what to look for would be great. thanks for the help.
     
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    Their are 3 guys on the list that make bracket kits, MISFIT, 45ACP and DERBINATOR. There is also at least one guy on ebay who makes bracket kits. Then their are at least a couple of big companies like TSM and ORU that sell parts and COMPLETE kits.
     
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    <font color="blue">TSM also sells just the brakcets too, for about $120
     
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    I bought the TSm kit quite a long time ago and have been very happy.
    Only downside Is ee if that if/when I need to replace the rotor, I have to buy a 80-90 3/4 ton Ford rotor and then get the holes drilled out to a slightly larger size to fit the studs. A bit of a PITA, but I think some of the other kits use rotors that do not need this.
    -- Mike
     
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    I assume the Ford rotor has a different offset. Do you know what the difference is and what direction? (More or less than GM rotor?)
     

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