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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-12-2016, 03:12 PM Thread Starter
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100% NEW 9" ready for our 3-Link

Hey guys & gals, thought I'd share some more pictures of man jewelry with you!

Here is our conventional 9" housing we build ready to bolt up to our 3-Link. It's a 100% new built housing with CNC machined Torino ends. We fixture and weld all our 3-Link brackets in the correct spot, straighten then powder coat the housing. We include a set of heavy duty Dutchmen 31 spline axles with bearings & wheel studs already installed as well as a pair of axle seals.

Just remove it from the box and start bolting 3-Link parts to it!

Let me know what you think.

https://www.streetortrack.com/Street...-pr-24657.html





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Man, someday...someday, I'll have that and the 3-link on the back of my mustang. Its way more than I need, but I don't care. I assume your rear disk setup works fine on that? Any parking brake issues?


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Man, someday...someday, I'll have that and the 3-link on the back of my mustang. Its way more than I need, but I don't care. I assume your rear disk setup works fine on that? Any parking brake issues?
This brake system is a direct bolt on:
Street or Track 12'' Rear Disk Brake Kit


The parking brake backing plate bolts to the end flange and sits inside the rotor hat:
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