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Old 01-06-2012, 08:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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NEW Disk Brake Conversion Kit

Ok after months of waiting we finally got these done, This is a 100% slip on kit, no machining or modifying needed, there is not a provision for the e-brake at this time but the parts and ideas are on the bench to add on and, have a full working e-brake with this kit, hoping to have that completed just after KOH 2012

The brackets only are $35.00

First is kit A $81.00 (This is the way to go for shipping purposes)
2 brackets , 2 short flex brake lines, 2 banjo bolts and fittings and 2 -3 to 10 m brake line adaptors

Second one is Kit B $499.00 (for the guys that hate the parts guy)
2 brackets , 2 short flex brake lines, 2 banjo bolts and fittings, 2 -3 to 10 m brake line adaptors, 2 rotors, 2 calipers and a set of pads

Planning on a kit C, which will include a new Master Cylinder

All of these kits are 100% slip on and use toyota calipers and toyota rotors that can be picked up at any local parts store

We will sell just the brackets alone and give you a parts list of what caliper and rotor you need so you can go to your local parts house and get them yourself
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Old 01-06-2012, 08:32 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Awesome, How about some pricing? My pickup is mainly offroad only, but I use it around the ranch and definitely have a need for an ebrake
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Old 01-06-2012, 08:46 PM   #3 (permalink)
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will this work on a 85 toyota 4runner, I would prob want kit C

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Do you have any installed photos?
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Do you have any installed photos?
should have our first install done tommarrow. We have the proto types on 5 trucks and they work great
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will this work on a 85 toyota 4runner, I would prob want kit C
these will go on an 85
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How much and whats the ETA?
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I have a prototype on my rig and it's worked flawlessly on and off road. These kits are sick and all Toyota.
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Old 01-06-2012, 10:41 PM   #9 (permalink)
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+1 on prices. Nice looking brackets.
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Brackets alone $35.00
Kit A $81.00
Kit B $499.00

I know its a bit pricy at the moment, looking for a cheaper source for the parts, once i find them we will adjust the price.
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What rotors and calipers does this use?
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x2 that is a floating caliper right, that would solve all my problems.
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i'll be all over it when you get the e-brake figured out, and ready too go.
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Definitely keeping an eye on this for the e-brake addition.
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More info on calipers and discs(models and years). If they're cheaper than my current plan, you'll have a buyer...and pics of them installed
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Uh oh.............gotta dig up more money for the rig lol...........
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How much and whats the ETA?
In stock, feel free to order now
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x2 that is a floating caliper right, that would solve all my problems.
Sure looks like a floating caliper. I may be in the market for a set when they get the e-brake adde on.
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Here's my GSM setup minus ebrake at the moment.
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Looks like you have a loose ubolt nut there. Are those 15" or 16" wheels? Your flex line appears longer than the one in the kit picture.
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I hope those are 15's since that would mean mine will clear too!
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Yep 15's and I know everything needs torqued and checked, haven't done anything really since the round up but good eye and thanks for pointing that out either way. As for flex line again this was just a prototype and is not necessary.
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Looks like you have a loose ubolt nut there. Are those 15" or 16" wheels? Your flex line appears longer than the one in the kit picture.
[QUOTE=jroach3210;13832407]I hope those are 15's since that would mean mine will clear too![/QUO

Yes they fit a 15 inch rim and we did shorten the flex lin
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