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Rear Disc Brake Kit, GM 8 Lug, 14 Bolt Full Floating 1973-Present

TSM2630E
Rear Disc Brake Kit, GM 8 Lug, 14 Bolt Full Floating 1973-Present. The drum is on the back side of the hub, must remove the studs to remove the drum.
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Rear Disc Brake Kit, GM 8 Lug, 14 Bolt Full Floating 1973-Present.  The drum is on the back side of the hub, must remove the studs to remove the drum.  Kit includes: CNC cut brackets, bolts, spacers, studs, and new 12.5" vented rotors. (You will also need to purchase Calipers and Lines to complete the installation. Options of Calipers with or without a parking brake and rubber or stainless hoses are available in Additional Parts shown below).  Fits 16" Single Wheels and larger. It will not fit 15" Single Wheels or Dual Wheels.

  • CNC cut brackets, Reduce the Rear Brake Weight by 70lbs!
  • Impoves ride and rotating weight.
  • If your vehicle has ABS Rear Brakes, Nothing else is needed. The ABS controls the brakes perfectly.

    If you do not have ABS brakes and you are experiencing rear brake lock up, you can add our part #TSM3328 Adjustable Proportioning Valve to the rear brake line

    Additonal parts needed to complete installation.

    • Dimpled & Slotted Rotors additional $79 pair
    • New (Not Rebuilt) Calipers without parking brakes $120.00 pair
    • Rebuilt Calipers without parking brakes $100.00 pair (Larger Piston than the New Caliper)
    • Rubber Hoses 9 1/2" $50.00 pair
    • Braided Stainless hoses 8" $50.00 pair
    • OR
    • New (Not Rebuilt) Calipers with parking brakes & cable bracket w/short cable extensions $340.00 pair
    • New (Not Rebuilt) Calipers with parking brakes & no cable bracket w/short cable extensions $340.00 pair
    • Rubber hoses 9 1/2" $50.00 pair
    • Braided Stainless hoses 8" $50.00 pair

     To verify you are ordering the correct kit you, should check the spacing of the axle holes spacing diagram against your axle housing. 

    You should also run a flex line from the caliper to the hard line on the rear axle. The reasons for this is the caliper moves every time you put the brakes on and as the pads wear and you can install new pads easily. Our flex lines, rubber or braided stainless include the banjo bolts with washers and come with a mounting tab to weld to the rear axle. You should shorten your hard line to go into the flex line.

    Changing to rear disc brakes works perfectly with your ABS system. If you do not have ABS, we have adjustable proportioning valves that go in the rear line if you are experiencing abnormal rear wheel lock up.

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