Do you have any links or names of kit manufacturers that use the 03 silverado calipers?i believe they have kits for the fullfloater 14 bolt as ive seen em in 4wheeler, u can also modify 03 silverado front calipers w/ custom mounting plates to work on older 14 FF not sure on the ones under the newer trucks, i imagine they are the same
They don't make calipers to replace the Big A$$ stock front calipers on 3/4 tons. I've looked everywhere.
Ever pick up your rear drums? Spooling up 90 lbs. of flywheel everytime we have to move doesn't make sense to me and I think they are a PITA to service.why would you want disk brakes? how would you remove a full flouter hub and keep the axle sealed and hub on staight? You would have to find a big rotor to work with that 14 bolt axle.
Checked with them recently, when I 1st looked they did not even have a kit for mine, as posted earlier, new trucks are getting them maybe those can be retrofitted somehow. See if you can talk to one of their tech guys, sales desk up front won't have a clue, will just look at an application chart, not see it listed, and then say no won't fit. Maybe you can impress upon them the need-desire for them and work a R&D project with them for it. Check with Heath as well he might know someone working that, since he's gone 6.2/6.5 only business he might even have a trick up his sleeve that will workThey don't make calipers to replace the Big A$$ stock front calipers on 3/4 tons. I've looked everywhere.
Yes but we really don't want to know.-:tI have to agree with you there, they are a pain to service. I've thought breifly about doing the rear disc conversion. "Briefly" is the operative word there. The whole parking brake issue isn't something that I feel like bothering with.
I never thought about the fly wheel effect of the heavy drums. Does any body know how to calculate how much torque they suck up when we get on the throttle?