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Discussion in 'Suspension | Axle' started by rooferbret, Dec 11, 2005.
This is a dually/tow rig setup
It retails for $650.00 at www.blackbirdscustomtrucks.com
some pics .
Why the bleeder screw on the bottom?
Its probably the caliper for the other side just thrown on for a pic...
how's about a kit for the D70 dually? anything for that yet, or are they about the same?
kinda new to the whole D70 setup here
Here ya go
they are pretty proud of those things!!!
How about pics of the D70 dually set up?
up from the dead, Still for sale.
Dually rear disks
You still have????? I'm interested.........
Up one more time.
fyi that rotor looks like a newer factory disk brake rotor for gm drw axle.
Whats the difference between the 14FF and D70HD kit?
When i talked to one of the guys at blackbirds they said the mount might need to be ground a bit. I think to go around the axle tube.
all i have read before. the dan 70hd has bigger tube than 14ff axles. 98% sure all brake parts swap around.
As per rooferbrets pics, looks like the Blackbirds brackets are inboard of the drum brake flange brackets.
The TSM's show them to mount outboard of the flanges.
Kerts, from appearing like a regular 14FF bracket, also mounts outboard the flanges.
Wonder if the spacer between the rotor and the bearing hub is the main factor as they seem to be different thicknesses between the Blackbird and TSM kit.
After looking at the tsm kit I wonder how thick the spacer is on the caliper mount.
If it puts the caliper behind like the blackbirds kit.
The rotors look the same between the two kits to me. This is the caliper mount and why it needs to be ground to fit the dana 70
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