CSP Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit with 5x205 Stud Pattern for 14''Wheel AC69850414X > T2 Split 1955-1963

CSP Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit with 5x205 Stud Pattern for 14''Wheel

CSP Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit with 5x205 Stud Pattern for 14''Wheel > T2 Split 1955-1963

Custom & Speed Parts Product

Part Code: AC69850414X

£1,299.95

* This is a Special Order item. We will order it for you immediately, but it may take up to six weeks to arrive, unless it is a TMI part, which may take up to 12 weeks to arrive.

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Description:

CSP front disc brake conversion kit. Supplied in 5x205 / Stock >67 stud pattern.

This disc brake system is designed for all Buses from 1955 to1963, with 14'' or 15'' steels or alloy wheels.

The CSP disc brake is basically a hub/disc combination and its simple construction makes it applicable on most aircooled Volkswagens. The CNC machined cast alloy hubs accept cross drilled discs made in Germany with a diameter of 262x13 mm through high-strength connecting elements. The modified calipers are also from a German mass production manufacturer.

Based on the unmodified axle components of the respective cars the CSP disc brakes are mounted to the original spindles by CNC machined adapters. There is no need to modify or alter the spindles, which makes it easy to swap back to the original drum brakes if requested.

Every kit is complete with CNC machined cast alloy hubs with rotors and wheel bearings installed, CNC machined caliper brackets, new calipers with pads, stainless steel grease caps, brake hoses and fitting instructions in English. Only the master cylinder has to be purchased separately

Includes all hardware to bolt directly to the stock spindle.

This kit is designed for use with 14'' or 15'' steel or alloy wheels.

Manufactured by CSP.

Quality:

Top Quality

Fitting:

For replacement parts please see: Pads - AC698151 Pad Fitting Kit - AC407020 Bearings - AC498200

Weight:

27.7500 kg

For Vehicles

T2 Split 1955-1963

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