Standard 14-Bolt Disc Brake Conversion Kit – Full Float – Cab & Chassis Hubs On SRW Axle (Emergency Brake Calipers Included)
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Whether you’re upgrading the drum brakes on your old pickup’s rear axle, or adding disc brakes to a 14-bolt axle for a project vehicle, we’ve got you covered. And you’ll love your 14-bolt disc brake setup when the project’s done. Cab & chassis axles came from a 1-ton dual rear wheel truck sold without a pickup bed from the factory. They’re sometimes also called a “cab chassis” or “chassis truck.”
These cab & chassis axles are narrower than the standard dually axles from a truck with a normal pickup truck bed. This kit is for cab & chassis hubs on a single rear wheel axle. It will not work for dually wheels.
Converting the drum brakes on your 14-bolt rear axle to disc brakes with cab & chassis hubs has a lot of benefits:
- Improved braking performance
- Easier brake maintenance
- Increased resistance to brake fade
- Reduced unsprung weight on the rear axle for a better ride
- Improved brake pedal feel
Every Lugnut4x4 disc 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, and a little elbow grease.
NOTE: This kit is not for dually axles. Not sure if you have a full-float or semi-float 14 bolt axle? Not sure if you have a slide-on drum or not? No problem! Check out our 14-bolt identification chart and you’ll know exactly what you need.
This Standard 14-bolt kit fits all full-float cab & chassis axles using a single rear wheel and includes:
- (2) Standard truck rotors
- Rotor mounting – slide on rotors
- (4) Ceramic brake pads
- (2) Emergency brake calipers
- (2) 3/8″ thick steel caliper mounting brackets
- (2) Stainless steel brake hoses
- (2) Bolt-on hose mounts with clamps
- (4) Copper washers
- (2) Banjo Bolts
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14-Bolt Disc Brake Conversion Kit Installation
Anyone with a basic understanding of brake systems will find the installation simple.
Also, we include a parts list with instructions in the kit so you can order replacement parts locally if you want.