Only works with the model 20 axle that has the Warn Full Floating axle kit.
WHERE DOES ONE GET REPLACEMENT PARTS SUCH AS PADS? 1983 CJ 7 WARN FULL FLOAT AMC 20
Asked by JBP from MONTROSE, CO on
Hi JBP The pad number for the Rear Drum to Disc Brake Conversion Kit would be a market number D347 number. Just make sure you use a good quality metallic pad. Thanks
Answered by LWiff ext 4804 from MONTROSE, CO on
ARE SPLASH GUARDS INCLUDED?
Asked by JBP from on
Hi JBP, This Stainless Steel Brakes Rear Drum to Disc Brake Conversion Kit includes the rotors, pads calipers, braided hoses and mounting hardware. The shields are not included. Great question, thanks for your inquiry.
Answered by Jim G Ext 4806 from on
does it have a e-brake
Asked by jason from winnemucca nv on
Hello! The SSBC Rear Drum to Disc Brake conversion kit does have the e-brake built in to the calipers. There is a lever on the calipers to attach the e-brake cables to. Thanks!
Answered by Bob H from winnemucca nv on
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