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I'm buying some Lincoln 9" Brakes off a guy, and he told me just to make an offer, and I have no idea what to even start at. They're used, still on the axle, just rotors, calipers, and brackets. So what kind of price should I be looking at? Thanks.
 

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Yea I really just wanted most of the stuff as a core exchange for NAPA or Autozone. At least I've got a ballpark to offer him now. Thanks!
 

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depending on what 9" you have the lincoln disc ones often use a different end so it isnt a bolt on swap to a drum axle
that is what I was told in regards to my Versailles stuff
 

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I've got a big bearing 35 spline 9" from sunray, and Lance said just to use the Lincoln stuff, so I assume that info is correct.
 

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pretty sure the lincoln used the big bearing stuff

I need new calipers for mine, they lasted about 2 months before the ebrake stopped working. Not sure why though..
 

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Brandon I believe there are adjusters on those calipers. Not sure how they work but I'm sure someone on this board knows
Goodluck.
 

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I thought all the 9" Lincoln stuff used the same brake parts, and if it comes down to it, i can just get the calipers and rotors for cores, and then buy the expensive brackets from Currie or someone.
 

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If you plan on having an e-brake, make sure that Lincoln's 9" still has the e-brake lever on the caliper. I screwed up and didn't take those levers when I pulled some from the yard. I found out later when I tried to get some levers for the calipers, that they are discontinued. :shaking:
I finally scrapped that idea and went to the GM calipers.
 
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