Wilwood Rear Disc/Parking Brake Kit DynaPro Black With 11" Rotors For 2.66" Axle Offset 8"/9" Small Bearing 1965-1973

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Wilwood Rear Disc/Parking Brake Kit DynaPro Black With 11" Rotors For 2.66" Axle Offset 8"/9" Small Bearing 1965-1973
Wilwood Rear Disc/Parking Brake Kit DynaPro Black With 11" Rotors For 2.66" Axle Offset 8"/9" Small Bearing 1965-1973 Wilwood Rear Disc/Parking Brake Kit DynaPro Black With 11" Rotors For 2.66" Axle Offset 8"/9" Small Bearing 1965-1973 Wilwood Rear Disc/Parking Brake Kit DynaPro Black With 11" Rotors For 2.66" Axle Offset 8"/9" Small Bearing 1965-1973 Wilwood Rear Disc/Parking Brake Kit DynaPro Black With 11" Rotors For 2.66" Axle Offset 8"/9" Small Bearing 1965-1973 Wilwood Rear Disc/Parking Brake Kit DynaPro Black With 11" Rotors For 2.66" Axle Offset 8"/9" Small Bearing 1965-1973
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Product Description

Wilwood Black DynaPro Rear Disc Brake and Parking Brake Kit with 11" Plain Rotors for all 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, and 1973 Mustangs with a 2.66" Axle Offset and a 8" or 9" Small Bearing Rear End.

Give your 1965-1973 Mustang with a 2.66” Axle Offset and 8” or 9” Small Bearing Rear End a brake overhaul with the latest from Wilwood! This Black DynaPro Rear Disc Brake and Parking Brake Kit with 11" Plain Rotors includes everything you need to nicely compliment your aftermarket front disc brake upgrade in the rear while retaining your parking brake functionality!

Product Fitment:
- 1965-1973 Mustang with a 2.66” Axle Offset and an 8” or 9” Small Bearing Rear Axle

Kit Features and Benefits:
- Pair of Four Piston Forged DynaPro Calipers
- Pair of 11” Diameter Plain One-Piece Hat And Rotor Assemblies
- Includes Drum-Style Internal Parking Brake
- Fits Most 14” or Larger Wheels
- Parking Brake Cables Relocated Inward For More Clearance
- Includes All Necessary Mounting Hardware

Product Specifications:
- Rear End Axle: 8” or 9” Small Bearing
- Axle Offset: 2.66”
- Mount Type: Lug
- Caliper Type: 4 Piston - Black Powder Coat
- Rotor Diameter: 11”
- Wheel Diameter: 14”

If you’ve upgraded the front disc brakes on your Mustang restoration project, then make sure to pick up matching brakes for the rear to complete the look and functionality. You can’t go wrong with the stopping power of 4 powerful pistons and the extended surface area of the included 11” plain rotors. This kit also features a hidden internal shoe system for optimum static holding power for parking. The drum style internal parking brake offers premium holding power without the typical cluttered appearance.

Please Note: Clevis and cable kits, which attach to the parking brake assembly, are not included in the Wilwood parking brake kits.

*Check www.wilwood.com for specific wheel clearance requirements.
*This kit is typically used in conjunction with an aftermarket front disc brake kit.

Order a Wilwood Black DynaPro Rear Disc Brake and Parking Brake Kit with 11" Plain Rotors for your 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, or 1973 Mustang with a 2.66" Axle Offset and a 8" or 9" Small Bearing Rear End from CJ Pony Parts today!

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Product Questions

How can I know wether or not I have a 2.66" or a 2 -1/2 " axle offset. The difference seems rather small so I am not sure it is something I could measure. Is there a precise way to find out? It is a '65 Coupe and came originally with a 289 small block

Asked by: bside85
It is definitely a significant difference. Take a look at the linked installation instructions above, it will go over the complete process and there is a diagram that shows where that measurement needs to be taken from.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
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