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14" rear brake kit

Discussion in 'Suspension/Brakes' started by ncmustangparts, Nov 1, 2014.

  1. ncmustangparts

    ncmustangparts Member Established Member

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    This is a new 14" rear brake conversion kit for 2005-2014 mustangs. It uses 13/14 GT500 14" rear rotors, aircraft grade 6061 one piece billet caliper adapter brackets and grade 10.9 oem grade hardware. This is a simple 1-2hr job that does NOT require the removal of the axles to install. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1414857444.313107.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1414857455.162239.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1414857481.728865.jpg
    $299.99
    Text 336-749-0376 for more info
     
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    Jabooh1 Active Member Established Member

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    I am interested. Where did you get the kit from? I can find "trinity adapters".
     
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    Ultrakla$$ic WhoFlungPoo Established Member

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    $299 shipped??????
     
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    The Rotors included in the kit!?
    Im interested as well!!
     
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    Ultrakla$$ic WhoFlungPoo Established Member

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  6. ncmustangparts

    ncmustangparts Member Established Member

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    Yes rotors are included
     
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    thegraystang Member Established Member

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    what brand are the rotors? i may grab a set soon.
     
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    Ultrakla$$ic WhoFlungPoo Established Member

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    Excellent seller and fast shipping!!!!!:rockon::pepper:
     
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  10. devildog1679

    devildog1679 Member Established Member

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    Wonder how safe is this set-up vs. the regular bracket? If it's as solid as OEM this is a very interesting spin on it. Only reason I haven't gone the upgrade route is due to removing of axels. Any more info on these? Or are they a one off piece?
     
  11. DSG2003SVT

    DSG2003SVT Gray only, please Established Member

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    Full Tilt Boogie offers a similar bolt-on bracket extension. I would think it's probably fine, but I have no personal experience.
     
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    devildog1679 Member Established Member

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    You serious? I road in his Mustang last year at RA. I'mm going to reach out to him. Thanks
     
  13. CobraJohn01

    CobraJohn01 Active Member Established Member

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    I'm very interested in this. I too decided against the other kit due to the removing of the axles. Any more updates or feedback on this?
     

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