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Reilly motor sports, I have them on my car.
Should be able to find what you need here.https://www.doctordiff.com/brakes/components-en/
They didn’t give you shims for the bracket?
The caliper is not centered over the rotor, is that what you are saying?
That’s cool, I’m sure it’ll look awesome.
Just a thought here, and I totally understand you want what you want. But you could save yourself the $300 bones and just stick with the 4 piston...
Thanks couldn’t remember if it was 5/16 or 3/16
IIRC the line size is 5/16, I have lines and fittings at home and can confirm once I get there. Look into nicop alloy lines, much easier to work...
There’s 11 million threads here on wheel/tire options for these cars. Best advise is measure for yourself before you order anything.
Oh and I run the rms street lynx also. :thumbsup:
You can definitely make it work since I run that set up with a 15” wheel, in my case anything more than a 4.5” bs wouldn’t clear my caliper,...
Do you have a 15” wheel in mind? You could look up the diagram and see how much caliper clearance they come with.
If I did it over again I would go with the smaller 11” rotor in the rear and not worry about clearance with the 15” wheel. Using the big 6 piston...
Bio, I run those brakes on the rear of my coronet, the critical measurements are going to be caliper clearance and backspace of the wheel you...
Mine looked exactly the same, I ended up replacing with qa1 dynamic adjustable rods
If I remember correctly that’s what I did first.
What worked best for me was to loosen the pivot shaft nut then whack the lower control arm with a dead blow to get the t bars out.