Thread: Disc Brake Kit
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Old 05-17-2013, 12:29 PM
jschildm jschildm is offline
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Well I have looked through the box of parts and I believe its all there. I might have been able to save some money if I had paid more attention to what actually comes in the kit. I was expecting to be replacing just the actuator, but it come with the entire inner member. Thats fine, as it will make the installation much quicker. It also come with the "bolt-on" outer member, but my trailer has a flip-up tongue, so I believe I will have to re-use my existing outer member. Other than that the brake lines, calipers, rotors, bearings, etc were all there. Now I just need to decide when I am going to get it on there. Maybe work on it some while camping over memorial day. It would be nice to work on it without the boat on it. Sometime I relax the best when I am working on stuff anyways. Does anyone have any other pointers or insights that might help to talk this. I would do it this weekend, but I got t-boned when a lady ran a redlight, so I hope to get the car back together this weekend.
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