If there's an automotive equivalent of the old saying, "Two heads are better than one," it might be something along the lines of, "Four discs are better than two." Going fast is cool, but if you don't have the "whoa" for the "go," sooner or later you're going to run out of road before you run out of speed.

Stainless Steel Brakes has a rear-disc-brake conversion kit for Dodge Dakotas and Durangos that is virtually a remove-and-replace operation. The kit is extremely complete, and the instructions leave no guesswork when it comes to bolting them up.

The kit is designed to work with your existing steel hydraulic lines and parking-brake cable, so your stock rear drums can be converted to disc brakes in an easy day of wrenching.

The only things needed to complete the job are new brake fluid, new gear oil for the rear end, and a new rear-end housing cover gasket. So follow along as we give you an installation overview of this cool conversion. If you are looking for one of these kits, check the source box at the end of the article.

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Stainless Steel Brakes
Clarence
NY
8-00/-448-7722
ssbrakes.com