Upgrade with Stainless Steel Brakes disc brake conversion kits. These SSBC kits are available to fit many applications to upgrade from your present braking system for more stopping power.
Should I change my proportion valve with this conversion? What brake pads and shoes do I use to replace them? 2001 Cherokee Sport with Chrysler 8-1/4 rear end.
Asked by leggament from Vancouver Wa on
Leggament, A proportioning valve is not required and will work fine with the factory master cylinder. The pads and rotors are available as replacements from the manufacturer. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!
Answered by Tom S @ Ext 4876 from Vancouver Wa on
Will this work with a chrysler 8.25 rear axle ?
Asked by Wylie from Englewood Co on
Hi Wylie, Yes, t his brake conversion from SSBC fits the XJ's with the 8.25 rear axle. Thank you for the inquiry.
Answered by Jim G from Englewood Co on
Clarence, New York-based Stainless Steel Brakes Corporation (SSBC) opened its doors for business over 40 years ago and since then it has emerged as a pioneer in the field of aftermarket brake systems and components. With a focus on superior braking technology, SSBC brakes are capable of as much as 25% shorter stopping distances and in the late 1990s they introduced their signature line of aluminum calipers. When you're interested in vastly improving the ride quality and safety of your Jeep, revolutionary replacements for rotors, brake pads, hydraulic lines and hoses are among the SSBC accessories we carry. Shop Stainless Steel Brakes Now