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post #1 of 5 Old 11-06-2012, 05:45 AM Thread Starter
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I have an 05 F250 lifted on 40's. I upgraded to drilled and sloted rotors and ceramic pads. Now i know i wont be able to stop as well as i could stock but id like to stop a little better than i do now. Any suggestions?

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SSBC offers a bolt-on 6-piston caliper kit for those trucks that should definitely help braking.
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If you have large rims, there are a few kits that take advantage of the space with larger rotors front and rear. Otherwise SSBC with the stock size rotors on the front. I run the 8 piston calipers on my 00 and it made a huge difference especially when towing. One added bonus is it's not a floating design, pistons are on both sides so you don't have to worry about a slide pin getting stuck.

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thanks guys. Ill have to look into that

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