That infromation looks right. Not sure if it make a difference, but I rememeber seeing something about wanting the rotors from 4 door Geo or Samurai. I also read something a few weeks ago about using Ford F150 rotors. But there was not year stated on that.
Don't feel like you guys need to rush and get the last brackets that I have on the shelf.. I cut them regularly.
Also, if any of you are doing "one-off" brake conversions and need caliper brackets, feel free to either shoot me a DXF File (if you have access to CAD), or even send me a good template via mail... trace them out on stiff cardboard or 1/4" plywood/MDF.. I don't mind doing one-offs and shipping them in Flat Rate boxes.
Just keep in mind, the dimensions you send, are the dimensions I cut... With CAD/CAM.. "garbage in= garbage out. "
'80 CJ5 w/AMC360, T176, D44 w/Detroit 4.56, RE 4" YJ lift and 35s..
Get the rear calipers from the maxima. They have the e brake. Also get the short brake hose for those, it will attache directly to youe CJ steel brake hose. As for the MC, that varies. Some claim that it works as is, some claim they make the rear brakes only have 2# of pressure. Other have switch to an early Vette MC. So that is something you will have to work out.
Oh before I forget and no one has said anything about is the e-brake cable. The e-brake cable will attach to the maxima Caliper you may need to get a creative but it should be fine. The other ends were the 2 rears attach to front at the equalizer bar, you may find that are short a inch or so. That can be resolved with a bolt and coupling nut. This will extened the threaded shaft from the front cable and allow out to reach the equalizer bar. You will need to cut the threaded part of the front cable a little, put on the coupling nut, and use the bolt thru the equailzer bar. Depending on the bolt lenght you can either cut the head off and use nuts or use 2 nuts to create a jam on the equaliser bar. It sound like a lot but read it a few time and and look what you have and it will click. This is really easy.