will this kit fit a 1979 ford f150 4x4 and what do you do to adapt the parking brake.
cz learner from slc ut on
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RK from slc ut on
I have a 2002 TJ this system works great and easy to install, I'm ready for new pads is there a replacement pad number . Or do the front pads interchange with the rear ?
Stevo from SanDiego on
The pads you need are from a Ford Explorer with rear disc brakes.
I have been using the Explorer front pads on mine they fit the same but the pad is wider / taller. It will use more of the rotor by about 1/2 inch. They will cover more rotor towards the center.
year 2001 Explorer with v8
Rody from SanDiego on
Based on the pictures, it looks like this kit is designed around the newer ('03-'06 Rubicon) axle retainer plates - will those work with this? If so, should the preload spacers be omitted (the newer plates have a similar ring built in)?
Some Guy from on
Hello Some Guy,
This kit installs on a rear DANA 35 C-Clip Axle or Dana 44. All parts needed to fully install are provided. Please note that the factory ebrake will require a different ebrake cable.
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