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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Jan 31st, 17, 12:56 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone have Wilwood aftermarket P-Brake?

My 67 SS/RS 12 bolt posi came with a great set of wilwood disc all around, but no p-brake. Car worth too much to trust the 4-speed to hold in gear. Anyone ever use/install these wilwood aftermarket mini calipers?

Looking for feedback or advise if worth the attempt vs. buying all new brake conversation for rear. Thanks!
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Re: Anyone have Wilwood aftermarket P-Brake?

If you can't find anything, I would contact Wilwood or RightStuff Detailing and they have lots of e-brake set ups for calipers from earlier GM models. They may have what you are looking for .
I have had two of their rear disc set up.

http://www.getdiscbrakes.com/partfin...=1&year=1967nd both used early gm calipers and factory cables.

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Re: Anyone have Wilwood aftermarket P-Brake?

Exactly which Wilwood rear calipers do you have?
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My moser 12 bolt came with wilwood disc brakes and parking brake cable. I believe the parking brake cable is from a ford explorer. I had a shop install it for me and they followed what was done and the thread below with a couple modifications:
https://www.camaros.net/forums/16-bra...ge=1&_k=e1q0b3
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Re: Anyone have Wilwood aftermarket P-Brake?

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My moser 12 bolt came with wilwood disc brakes and parking brake cable. I believe the parking brake cable is from a ford explorer. I had a shop install it for me and they followed what was done and the thread below with a couple modifications:
https://www.camaros.net/forums/16-bra...ge=1&_k=e1q0b3
Depends on calipers. Some Wilwoods are track type without PB provisions.

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Yeah I'm gonna have to crawl under there and get a good model number to one verify it doesn't have the parking break provisions obviously before I pull the trigger on the aftermarket parking brake option . The Willwood model seems like a viable option I just don't know what mounting brackets or hardware entails . Online information seems pretty vague
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