Ford Sterling 10.25 Disc Brake Conversion Kit – Dual Rear Wheel
Upgrade the brakes on your dually (aka dual rear wheel) Ford Sterling 10.25 axle with this disc brake conversion kit. Designed specifically for dual rear wheel trucks:
- Parts are original quality (or better)
- Kit selections include everything you need to do both sides of the axle (except brake fluid)
- Add 2″ Spacers: With the dually kit it may require grinding on the hub or the center hole of the rotor without 2″ spacers.
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NOTE: This is a weld-on kit that may require some modification during install. See important note about install below.
If you have an older Ford Sterling 10.25 dual rear wheel (aka DRW aka “dually”) truck, you can convert your drum brakes over to disc brakes with this weld-on kit. This kit is specifically designed for Ford Sterling 10.25 axles.
Converting the rear drum brakes on your DRW truck over to disc brakes has a lot of benefits:
- Improved braking performance
- Increased resistance to brake fade
- Reduced un-sprung weight on the rear axle for a better ride
- Improved brake pedal feel
- Easier brake maintenance
And just like every other Lugnut4x4 disc brake conversion kit, this dual rear wheel brake conversion kit includes all the parts you need to convert your drum brakes to disc. All you need are the appropriate tools, brake fluid, wheel spacers, and a little elbow grease. The kit includes:
- 3/8″ thick laser cut steel brackets (weld-on)
- New GM rotors
- Rebuilt GM calipers with steel pistons
- Semi-metallic brake pads
- Caliper pins
- Rubber flex brake hoses
- Banjo bolts with copper washers
- Anti-rattle clips
An Important Note About Install:
- Add 2″ Spacers: With the dually kit it may require grinding on the hub or the center hole of the rotor without 2″ spacers. This affects all sterling 10.25 axles.
- If you run 16″ or 16.5″ or dually wheels you will need at least 2″ wheel spacers. Most 17″ wheels will clear, and anything 18″ and above doesn’t require spacers. The spacer is installed between the hub and the rotor on the back side of the hub. It does not space the wheel out. It spaces the rotor in closer to the leaf spring. Use the original studs to bolt the spacer to the hub. Use the studs that come with the spacer to bolt on the rotor.
- This is a weld-on kit
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