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Old 09-15-2019, 01:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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14 Bolt and Sky Brackets

So I have this damn pile of parts I am trying to figure out on this 14 bolt. I got Sky's caliper mounts and according to there site they state 73+ 3/4 ton calipers. Now I assume those are 2WD calipers?

When the thing was built(never finished) like 5 years ago they had thrown some rotors on it. According to sky on the rotors they say 73+ 4wd but don't specify 3/4 or 1 ton and when I look into the 80's they show even different sized rotors.

Just looking for confirmation so I can figure out the correct caliper and see if the ones I indeed have are the correct ones.
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73 didnt have 1t 4wd .

3/4 73-87 k20 rotor
4wd caliper from 71-91 blazer
71-87 pickup

1t4wd will be a completely different caliper.

2wd calipers will fit but they have different castings around the banjo and wo t work with 4wd brake lines.
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73 didnt have 1t 4wd .

3/4 73-87 k20 rotor
4wd caliper from 71-91 blazer
71-87 pickup

1t4wd will be a completely different caliper.

2wd calipers will fit but they have different castings around the banjo and wo t work with 4wd brake lines.
Perfect thanks. Well crap looks like I gotta get different rotors. The ones I have are like 3.18 and the ones you list are 2.8 so looks like will need to swap rotors.. Not worried about the casting since its going under a tube chassis and will still need to pick out or build brake lines,,,
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