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Author: Subject: Sierra wilwood rear disc conversion
dbaz293672

posted on 20/1/20 at 04:22 PM Reply With Quote
Sierra wilwood rear disc conversion

As above really I believe the kit is BK67 rear disc brake set up for Sierra rear hubs

Thanks

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Robbaa

posted on 20/1/20 at 04:45 PM Reply With Quote
is there a question in here somewhere?
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dbaz293672

posted on 20/1/20 at 05:13 PM Reply With Quote
Well I would hope the fact that itís in the wanted section sort of gives the game away to be honest
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se7ensport

posted on 20/1/20 at 06:05 PM Reply With Quote
I donít have one for sale, I have one on my car and if I was doing things again Iíd use golf calipers instead.

The handbrake is shocking and wonít pass an MOT without slyly applying the foot brake.

If itís only track use then they are great.

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Robbaa

posted on 20/1/20 at 06:33 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by dbaz293672
Well I would hope the fact that itís in the wanted section sort of gives the game away to be honest


wheres my coffee gone

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kingster996

posted on 20/1/20 at 08:10 PM Reply With Quote
I have the Wilwood conversion kit but with Golf calipers - no discs but they are easy to source. Handbrake cable too.

Will get some pics and info tomorrow.

Edit - itís the bk64 kit but I replaced their calipers with real Golf items as theirs have the fluid inlet in the wrong place!

Also have braided hoses

[Edited on 20/1/20 by kingster996]






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dbaz293672

posted on 20/1/20 at 08:15 PM Reply With Quote
Ok thanks
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kingster996

posted on 21/1/20 at 01:59 PM Reply With Quote
Here's the kit I have - the caliper mounting brackets are currently on my old Westy Sierra SDV uprights. They are also for sale, but guess that's not of interest?

The calipers I replaced the RD ones with are Golf MK4 - were new in 2015 work perfectly and handbrake always passes MOT no problem.

I also have the matching braided hoses and banjo fittings too - but hoses are still on the car.










This kit (as supplied by RD with calipers that don't actually fit!!!) costs £328 inc vat - not inc pads, handbrake cable or hub machining, so a good £400 all in - I'll take £150 for the full set of calipers with pads, mounting brackets, braided hoses, handbrake cable.

Uprights and hubs negotiable if interested - note that the hubs have been turned down to 134mm dia. as required to fit the discs. I'll be keeping the discs (but they are only £30 a pair anyway).

Let me know if you are interested.

Chris






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