5 Great Reasons To Do A 14 Bolt Disc Brake Conversion

The drum brakes on GM 14 bolt axles are disappearing, and no one is going to miss them. Drum brakes have a lot of limitations, and 14 bolt disc brake conversion kits are more affordable than ever (click here to see for yourself).

If you’re wondering what a 14 bolt axle is, you may not be alone. This type of axle is called a “14 bolt axle” because 14 bolts are used to attach the rear differential cover to the differential case. GM has been putting this axle in 3/4 ton and 1 ton trucks since 1973. It is a very durable axle, and millions of them have been produced.

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Ford Sterling 10.25 Disc Brake Kit Instructions

Below are the instructions included with the Sterling 10.25 disc brake kit. This is for the Ford Sterling 10.25 full float single rear wheel (SRW) rear axle. These axles are great axles used in all Ford 3/4 and 1 ton trucks from 1985-97. There are two variations of the full float SRW axles. The 1985-92 and the 1993-97. The main difference is the pinion length. The 93-97 is the stronger axle.

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The Best Price, Quality, Fast Shipping

The best price, quality, fast shipping

I have always heard you can have 2 of the three important things: best price, quality, fast shipping. Many times in the past when shopping for something I have also found this to be true. I have never understood why people are like that, but it seems if they do good work at a reasonable price then it takes too long. If I want it done quickly the price doubles. It’s almost like some people don’t want to hustle and get as much done as they can.

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14 Bolt 6 Lug Disc Brake Conversion Kit With Slide On Rotors

For many years I sold a 14 bolt 6 lug disc brake conversion kit. I stopped about a year ago because of some problems I had with them. This kit used a bolt on bracket that was developed by someone else. It had many problems with bracket and rotor fitment. The rotor was behind the axle so it required that you pull the axle every time you needed to replace the rotors. My first step to improve this was to redo the bracket in order to solve fitment problems. I did not have an axle to go by so I made a weld on bracket. Even then the quality was not where it should be and I had customer complaints about fitment.

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