Ford 9" bracketry

Dirtracer 619

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Ok so you guys know we broke the axel, and now have it all apart. Well when the wheel took off it caused a lot of damage. The parts i used are no longer available soooooo!!!

What i am going to do is convert from mechanical to weld on brake brackets.

So i need new calipers. A new rotor and the brackets

Wondering if you guys could post up a pic or two. Of the brackets so i can get an idea of how you welded them on. Also maybe brake caliper and rotor part numbers would be cool.

This is a semi float axel. Thanks in advance. This is like starting completely over again only different


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43mod

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No expert here. Be sure to rotate the bracket high enough to keep the calipers from being damaged by road debris and rocks. People get hung up on them being vertical for no other reason than that's where the bolts are plumb.
 

jon coleman

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second gen rx 7 front 4 piston calipers work great on big truck rears.cheap.easy to mount .2 bolt willwood style.
 
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