Not big brakes but very good brakes. You need 16s I think for the big brakes. His stuff is very nice
We have kits that fit inside 15", 16", and 17" rims, RCV compatible with no grinding needed to fit the orange boots inside the knuckle bolt bosses. We already do the machining.
If you aren't sure if you can fit the 16" kit inside a 15" rim, both kits work on the same knuckle. Bolt up the caliper for the 16" size and try a rim on it. If it clears, you're golden, if not, move the caliper to the 15" holes and get the 15" rotor.
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After 3 months of smooth sailing.. the tranny on my ZJ decided to call it quits.. so I'll be parting it out now.. unless someone wants to pick up the whole shebang. You'll be getting a bunch of new parts.. here's what I've done and bought less than 5k miles ago..
5 - Hankook Dynapro AT Tires - 31x10.5
5 - Procomp 51 Series Rims - 15x8 - 5 on 4.5 - 3.75" Backspacing
Pioneer Headunit - DEH-X5600HD
New fuel filter
Front Axle replacement from LJ - 3.73 gears
New front axle yoke - strap style
New front drive shaft from Tom Woods - 35.875"
2" BB from Rubicon Express
And a list of other notable parts:
Projector retrofit from an Audi A8 - OEM Hella Ballasts and Philips Bulbs with shrouds from an E90 BMW
Kevins Offroad front radiator support
AEM air filter on intake adapter from Rusty's Offroad
Flowmaster Super 40 exhaust
Magnaflow high flow catalytic convertor - CARB compliant
I also have all of the stock parts, panels, rims, and spare rims. Also will be including some spare parts like: brand new transmission gasket, filter and fluid. As well as mobile 1 engine oil and filters, and a new brake master cylinder.
I think I'm just over it.. and want to move on.. take whatever money I can get for the Jeep and fix the tahoe and hopefully buy a JK soon. I'll take some pictures if anyone's interested..