Brakes – Rear

 

Rear drum brakes removed

Test fitting the rear disc conversation by Right Stuff 

Axle flange metal gasket

Wheel seal


Right Stuff – kit # ZDCDS05

the caliper w/ parking brake feature


Axle, seal & gasket installed (installed new studs on axle too)
Spacer for bearing retainer plate/bracket installed 
Bearing retainer plate / bracket installed (I had it powder coated)
Bracket #2 / caliper mount installed (I had it powder coateded too)

Rotor installed

Caliper installed

(the blue stuff is brake pad anti-squeak grease)

The spring is part of the built in parking brake

Grinding a spot to weld on the bracket line bracket

Brake line bracket

Welded on (best I could do with the cheap homeowners edition welder I have)
Painted

Brake line connected to the bracket 

Rear brake hose “T” used @ rear ended split

Mirror bracket I used to mount the “T” split 

The old factory split


Connected rear brake lines to “T” junction 

Factory brake line bracket 

Rubber brake line connecting frame to rear end

Line coming from front to rear

10 Comments Add yours

  1. Lee says:

    Hi
    Looking for the white plastic isolator steering column mount. The upper steering column mount. Is it available reproduction? Do you have any for sale.

    Lee

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    1. 66ltd says:

      Hey Lee, I do have a couple of those available

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  2. Lee Kapustka says:

    Hi
    I am putting together the 66 LTD for Alexei who contacted you a little while ago. How are you going to run your parking brake cables with the calipers ‘front’ mounted? You need to use your parking brake regularly to keep the brakes adjusted or you will get a ‘soft’ pedal.

    Lee

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    1. Dale says:

      Hey Lee, I haven’t got that far yet. But I will soon find out

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  3. LOWgal says:

    Hey I currently have a rear disc conversion on my 66, not sure which one it was on before. It appears to be similar, but when I submitted my year in the website for right stuff it says they don’t offer anything for this year? Now I’ve been building this car a year now so I know the routine. Putting in the year/make/model forms never work for this but did you just have to contact them directly? I’m just trying to find out if my brackets will work with what brakes and calipers etc. I also have Kore3 up front and the entire Hotchkis suspension my only difference is I am the first (via Hotchkis ) to bag with their control arms. Looks and works amazing. But awesome build man yours is scary similar to my car.

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    1. 66ltd says:

      I believe with the right stuff disc kit you can just look it up as a 9 inch small bearing to pull it up. I would love for you to share how you did your air suspension

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      1. Mark says:

        Yeah just looked up some parts and I did find it right after I made the comment so I feel silly now. The front was MBM brakes and the rear was autocityclassics. So I’ll be calling KORE3. As for the Air ride it took a little bit but I got some good remarks from HOtchkis as the first to bag but if you would like to share some of what we did I’d love to do that. I have some interesting interior stuff as you did. I fabricated some other cars stuff into mine as well. My email is lowlifecustoms03@outlook.com. I enjoy reading your build and I think we have a lot in common as far as what we are doing.

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    2. 66ltd says:

      Mark, I just sent you a email

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  4. Drew says:

    What did you use for your rear brake conversion?

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    1. 66ltd says:

      I went through Jegs with the Right Stuff kit ZDCDS05. Its ok. If I could do it over Id go with the kit from KORE3. Its made with the PBR calipers which makes cobra and corvette brake parts. It is a little more but much better. Since I have what I have I’m going to keep it. Unless you want it? lol

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