Dodge Dana 70 Disc Brake Conversion Kit (93 and prior)
Dodge Dana 70 Single Rear Wheel disc brake conversion using single rear wheels for an off road application. The weight savings on a standard Dana 70 is substantial. This is a kit for changing out your rear-end brakes. Changing from drum brakes to disc brakes is easy, and all the parts you need to complete the conversion of your rear axle are included in this kit. (For a custom tailored e-brake or non e-brake kit for your 93 and prior dodge truck that includes hard lines, requires no rotor mods or welding, click here)
- 1 Pair Dodge Dana 70 SRW Disc Brake Brackets
- 2 Weld on Brake Line Tabs
- 2 Brake Line Clips
- 2 Brake Calipers
- 2 Hydraulic Hoses with 10mm Banjo Bolt Fittings
- 4 New Brake Pads
- 2 New Rotors
Must drill rotors to fit stock studs.
*NOTE* If longer studs are needed, usually dually studs are long enough or Dormin # 610-283.1 will work if you drill your hubs and rotors. Knurl must press into hub. Double check stud diameter, studs should drop freely into the rotor. DO NOT press studs into the rotor. If your hub has too large of studs you will need to drill the rotors to accept them. Be sure to have minimum 5/8" lug nut thread engagement.
*NOTE* Rotor installs onto the backside of the hub!
*NOTE* Don't forget to re-bleed your brakes once you've installed your new conversion kit.
*NOTE* A Proportioning Valve is recommended, this will allow you to fine tune your front/rear stopping power bias. Your front axle should always do about 70% of the work.
*NOTE* This is ONLY for a Dodge Dana 70 Single Rear Wheel. This will not fit Ford or Chevy.
Please see below for certain Dodge axles this kit won't work with. Fits standard single steel wheel 15" with a maximum 4" back spacing.
*We have discovered that some housings have different flange to hub offsets. We have not narrowed down if this applies to axles of a certain year or if its just certain BOM etc. Axles with BOM# 605590 and 605901-1 have been an issue. To ensure this kit works with your housing measure from your 4 bolt flange to the back of the wheel hub (the surface the wheel studs press up against). This distance must be about 5.68" to ensure our kit will work*