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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-10-2016, 05:47 PM Thread Starter
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13" rear brakes with giant radial mount calipers

More hotness! Lots of projects finally getting completed so some new cool stuff becoming available.

This setup fits 8", 8.8, 9" big, Torino and small bearing housings and will fit under 17" wheels or larger. The radial mount calipers are really nice. The way they mount and the calipers construction makes them stiffer giving a really nice pedal. Wailing on the brakes right at the edge of lockup was never so much fun.

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Very nice. I was drooling over your 12" kit, now you come out with this lol.

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Very nice. I was drooling over your 12" kit, now you come out with this lol.
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I've been trying to fill in the gaps in our brake selection. We have another system coming out soon that will complete the lineup. Then we'll have front/rear brake systems for those folks running 14" stock steel wheels all the way to 17/18" wheels. From a Dairy Queen cruiser to Pro-Touring/track monster.
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Very nice kit, especially with the radial mount calipers. Having the parking brake will be attractive to a wide variety of applications.

I have never "made" anything, I just modify the things around me into useful items with abilities that were GIVEN to me.

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