4 Piston Caliper Disc Brake Conversion Kit For 14" Wheels

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    Adding safety, reliability and performance should be your number one priority when adding disc brakes to your vehicle. One issue that arises often with various aftermarket disc brake conversions is minimal wheel clearance. Many kits offered today require the use of 15” or large wheels and requires the purchase of new wheels and tires as an added expense to a disc brake conversion. Our new Mopar disc brake conversion contains everything you need to mount factory style 4 piston disc brakes to the original 10” drum brake spindles while retaining your factory 14” mopar wheels. Components used in these kits are new high quality, precision machined products. A great kit with a factory look and easy installation! Upgrade to Maxgrip drilled and slotted rotors for superior stopping power and performance. This kit is offered in manual, power or an at the wheels kits. visit www.p-s-t.com for more information.

    C Bodies 1965-72
     
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    Polara_500 Senior Member FCBO Gold Member

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    Searching your website for front disc brake conversions under vehicle fitment, there are zero options under 65 Dodge for any full size cars.
     
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    GJS Senior Member FCBO Gold Member

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    A link directly to the product page would be nice.
     
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    thanks @ P-S-T !
     
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    Nice. If you have a B or E body...
     
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    I can't find this on the website, How bout a direct link to it?
     
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    It's now up on the website but for 10" drum cars only?
    Do c-body cars ever come with 10" drums?
     
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    My father in law just got the PST catalog and spied this today, it's interesting.
     
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    kind a looks ssbc , down to that master/booster combo . thats a ssbc setup . DSC08615.JPG
     
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    i've never tried an 10'' a body hub on a b or c . but i've used 69 b body hubs n drums on a 65 c body drum spindle . but if the bearing id's are the same and the separation of them in the hub are the same and the seals ditto . then same is same right .
     
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    Please disregard the note for the 10" drum brake spindle. A mistake was made in the description.

    Thanks
    James From
    PST Marketing
     
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    pst , it still looks like the same brand components the ssbc employs , rotors have a same look , along with most of the rest of your stuff . and since rotors wear out , are they a stock self item or are you the sole supplier , do to some custom machining ?
     
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    Will you tell me the original application for the PB booster used here?
     
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    This kit is guaranteed to fit the factory 14" steel wheels?
     
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    I'd go straight to the source and check with GPS Automotive.
     
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    I was curious if kit FC2003-8405 will work with the OEM Factory Steel Wheels original to my '65 300?

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    Scott,

    The kit you have selected will fit your stock steel wheels. I hope this helps, please let me know if you have any questions.

    Thank you for choosing GPS Automotive.

    Bill Cummings

    General Manager
    GPS Automotive
    2 Republic St
    Buffalo NY 14204
    716-852-2139 X-1001
     
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    I am sorry that I missed your responses. For some reason I am not getting notifications. If there is anything that I can answer further please let me know.

    Thanks
    James