May need different hardware to keep brake lines away from your tires. Check for tire rub before and after you've driven a few miles.
By No Name from Park City, UT.
Good product for the money
I did a disk brake swap on my '76 CJ7, I had to drill the end of these out to 7/16" to work with my setup (using chevy calipers) but have found the brake ines work very nicely. I don't get pulling one way or the other at all, and have great stopping power. The pedal however feels a bit gushy, I can push it down to about 1-2" off the floor, but driving on the street it stops on a dime. It stops quicker than my Dodge Ram with disk brakes on all four corners by far. Seems to me like a very good product, and a tip for anybody installing these, MAKE SURE YOU GET THE BANJO BOLT REALLY TIGHT. I'm talking around 70-80 ft. lbs of TQ. I had to get mine very tight to stop it from leaking.
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