Baer Brakes Ironsport Rear Disc Conversion Kit 8" / 9" Small Bearing Rear 1965-1973

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Baer Brakes Ironsport Rear Disc Conversion Kit 8" / 9" Small Bearing Rear 1965-1973
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Product Description

Iron Sport rear disc brake conversion for 8" and 9" small bearing rear axle housings.

Introduced in 2008, this system is the latest innovation in affordable braking performance. It's known that one of the most significant upgrades you can make to your muscle-car is the elimination of your worn and outdated drum brake system. No other component has the ability to not only save your life, but also increase driving excitement and satisfaction.

Caliper Specs:
Type: Cast iron with integral park brake
Number of Pistons: 1
Construction: Cast Iron
Caliper Finish: Black Paint

Rotor Specs:
Diameter: 11.630"
Thickness: .810"
Vented, Y/N: Y, Directionally curved vane
Standard Finish: Slotted, Drilled and Zinc Plated

System Includes:
-Pair of Rotors
-Pair of Calipers
-Baer, high-friction DecelaPad ceramic brake pads
-All necessary mounting brackets and hardware
-Stainless Steel Braided Hoses with vehicle specific fittings

Also recommended:
Adjustable proportioning valve: Part number BPV1

Parking Brake cables are not included. Use Lokar universal cables (PBCR30 for stainless or PBCR31 for black)

Notes: Designed to fit most 15" or larger wheels. To verify fit in any wheel, please view the brake template to check your wheel for clearance. Baer recommends that you check all wheels of any diameter for clearance as wheel center designs also have an effect on caliper clearance.

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Product Questions

How do I know if I have a 8" or 9" , small or big bearing  differential  in my mustang ?

Asked by: hennie65
Your best bet is to Google the year/engine combo and see what axle you have. Most likely, it'll be an 8", but if you have certain combos, it can be a 9".
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2017-05-09
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