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Old 01-11-2008, 11:18 AM
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I found my next MOD !!! (PICS)

well its going to take a while for me to save up to buy this one but it will be well worth it !! todd @ tce is a vendor on the nloc an really nice guy here's a link to his site

TCE Performance Products - Producing Winning Results since 1993

*Front kits*
Plus 1: The 16" kit. $3295

* Wilwood TC6 six piston caliper
* TCE spec radial mount brackets
* Wilwood 16" x 1.375" GT rotors
* Gas slotted, zinc plated
* Wilwood forged aluminum rotor hats
* BP20 pads
* TCE spec stainless steel hose kit
* All required hardware
* Optional RED powder coat finish- ADD $175
* Optional cross drilled rotor finish- ADD $135
* Wilwood 570 brake fluid- ADD $8ea (12oz)





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Old 01-11-2008, 11:26 AM
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NICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 01-11-2008, 11:31 AM
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Those are bad a$$. I don't know if I need them though. I 'm still trucking along with the stockers, all original, at 85K miles. They do have a little pedal pulse but I know how that happened. I let a buddy drive my truck with our loaded trailer and he didn't know how to set the trailer brakes. He cooked my truck brakes.
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Old 01-11-2008, 12:12 PM
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Those are bad a$$. I don't know if I need them though. I 'm still trucking along with the stockers, all original, at 85K miles. They do have a little pedal pulse but I know how that happened. I let a buddy drive my truck with our loaded trailer and he didn't know how to set the trailer brakes. He cooked my truck brakes.
I know how you feel with my 06 f-250 I towed my harley truck 800 miles with a trailer that had no brakes and I used towhaul and tried to be as easy as possible on the brakes but no it cooked the piss out of them. I would hate to cook a set of those 16inchers probably really expensive !!
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Old 01-11-2008, 12:22 PM
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wow that thing is sweet.... a lil over the top though... i think i would opt for the SSBC kit because its half the cost... but thats just my opinion
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I tow as much as 16,000 lbs with my 350 and have yet to find the stock brakes to be insufficient for comfortable stops. Of course there is always room for improvement, but not at a cost of $3200!
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Old 01-11-2008, 12:30 PM
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wow that thing is sweet.... a lil over the top though... i think i would opt for the SSBC kit because its half the cost... but thats just my opinion
i would think ssbc is a good option but they only make a brake kit for a 99-04 superduty and when I went to the sema show last year the rep said that he doesn't know if they will offer a kit for the 05-07 not sure if ford changed the way the caliper mounts on the 08. the ssbc guy said thats the reason they don't offer it for the later models it would take to much $$ to r&d the fix some bs like that ! it looks to me that they are pro chevy
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Old 01-11-2008, 12:35 PM
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i would think ssbc is a good option but they only make a brake kit for a 99-04 superduty and when I went to the sema show last year the rep said that he doesn't know if they will offer a kit for the 05-07 not sure if ford changed the way the caliper mounts on the 08. the ssbc guy said thats the reason they don't offer it for the later models it would take to much $$ to r&d the fix some bs like that ! it looks to me that they are pro chevy
lol .... i see your point... now like in the picture though your gonna need some 22" wheels along with those breaks to fit them thats a lot of coin
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i would think ssbc is a good option but they only make a brake kit for a 99-04 superduty and when I went to the sema show last year the rep said that he doesn't know if they will offer a kit for the 05-07 not sure if ford changed the way the caliper mounts on the 08. the ssbc guy said thats the reason they don't offer it for the later models it would take to much $$ to r&d the fix some bs like that ! it looks to me that they are pro chevy
They cater to those making insufficient brakes to start with.
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Old 01-11-2008, 12:40 PM
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Good God those things are massive.....but very sweet
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