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post #1 of 25 Old 05-20-2015, 10:56 PM Thread Starter
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Complete 14 Bolt Brake Kit!

We now offer a complete 14 bolt brake kit! You have been asking us for years so here you are This is a complete kit with everything you need to do the job the right way!

We have been making these Disc Brake Brackets for 10 years now and you know they fit perfectly so do it up! Its about a 3.5 hour job for most people, less if you have done a few brake jobs before...



We will be releasing 17 more brake kits over the next few days, watch for them

14 Bolt Rear Complete Disc Brake Conversion Kit for Single Rear Wheels - RuffStuff Specialties



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post #2 of 25 Old 05-21-2015, 06:54 AM
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17 more kits? Interesting.
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Fab parts in stock, and can be on your way!

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We know a lot of you Jeep guys run 14 bolts, so here's a good setup for disc brakes!

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Rear Disc Brakes are becoming a requirement just to be able to stop as fast as the traffic around you so if you are driving on the road and running big tires do yourself a favor and swap over.

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Swapping in a 14 bolt? This will take the brakes up to modern standards!

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Do it up right!

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One stop shopping with affordable shipping thanks to the Post Office!

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Lighter weight than the stock drums, and a LOT more braking power!

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nothing for the Jeep J20 Dana 60?
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To be honest, I haven't had my hands on one of those Dana 60s specifically. I would say there is a chance that one of our Ford Dana 60 brackets could work if they were by chance the same 4 bolt pattern and offset. But I am afraid I don't have an exact answer on that.

Now, there are 2 other options that we carry, both require welding.

Option 1 -

Measure your axle tube diameter, and order one of the un-bent weld-in disc brake adapter plates at the link below. Now one thing to keep in mind is that our weld on brackets are designed to work with an 8 lug sized disc, usually ~12" diameter.



Now if you have one of the 5 lug J20 60s out there, they may be using a smaller diameter rotor, in which case I would recommend one of the ones at this link, which are setup for the diameter of a 5 lug rotor, closer to 11.5".



Option 2 - and this I am afraid will only work with if you have the larger discs, is to use one of these weld-on flanges that gives you a spot to bolt any of our 14 bolt disc brake bolt-on brackets to it.



Anyway, I hope that helps and sorry I don't have a more specific answer for you.

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Dan, I have the 8 lug axle. It's on my 1980 J10 with J20 axles (1980 axles). Let me check and see. I know it's the same as the old GM Dana 60 before they switched over to the 14 bolt. Will keep you posted. Thanks.
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GM used the Eaton before the 14 bolt? The brake parts on it do interchange with the 14 bolt though.

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