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Old 01-14-2011, 03:59 PM
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Lets talk BIG BRAKES!!!

99-11 SD's and Excursions..at this time 4x4 only..If you have a 2wd truck we are working on it..if in the south west and can drop off your truck for measureing please PM me.

20" min rims required!!

These are especially needed for those that tow Heavy and for those of you that have modded your trucks to go Fast you now have brakes to match.

We have now 16" front and rear Wilwood rotor's and Wilwood 6 piston Calipers kits available.

These kits are bolt on and the 16" rear kit retains the factory parking brake making fit and finish a no brainier. This rear kit not only increases fade resistance but by design adds some rear bias to your vehicle accounting for the long wheelbase and rear weight.

Incredible braking power without any fade!

Here are a few pictures of our install on a '05 Excursion.

For pricing please PM or email.
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Old 01-14-2011, 06:41 PM
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Look nice for those with 20+ wheels.
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20" min rims required!!

These are especially needed for those that tow Heavy and for those of you that have modded your trucks to go Fast you now have brakes to match.

We have now 16" front and rear Wilwood rotor's and Wilwood 6 piston Calipers kits available.

Do you think those rotors would fit 19.5" rims? It seems quite a few people that "tow Heavy" have medium truck tires (rickson wheels) that are only available in either 19.5" or 22.5" (17.5"doesn't count). I am sure those rotors will be extremely popular with the towing/hauling community if it does indeed fit those two sizes.
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Old 01-15-2011, 08:41 PM
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FREAKING SWEET! Id love to have a set of those babies. Would look real nice behind my 20" chenyenne's
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Curious as to price...these could be on the list once I get the 20s I want
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Oh!!! Sweeeeeeet....I have a feeling they are probably out of my price range though... So 16 inch rotors and 6 pots up front...whats out back? and will it work on a dually rear? (with 20's of course..converted to srw)
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Rear is also 16" 6 piston but with different pads..

Doesn't your dually use a different rear end than a SD 10.5..is so we would have to see it in person to find out what will be needed..
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Old 01-16-2011, 03:38 PM
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Yeah, its a dana 80 or 70...cant remember which...
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