Rear Disc Brake Kit – Full Float Axle
FJ40, FJ45, FJ55, FJ60 1960 – 1980 Toyota Land Cruiser
This Rear Disk Brake Kit is for FJ40’s, FJ55’s, FJ60’s, FJ62’s with full-float rear axle. This is the Disc Brake Kit to convert a FULL-FLOAT rear axles (6 X 5.5) with drum brakes to disc brakes. This Rear Disc Brake Kit fits most 15-inch and larger disc brake style of wheels (not drum), when converting from drums to disc. Please note the Toyota axle flange bolt pattern noted in the diagram below.
You will need to cut and re-flair your existing hard brake line or bend new ones. These are not supplied.
This Toyota Land Cruiser Rear Disc Brake Kit includes the following:
- Rotors: vented rotors with corrosion coating
- New Calipers
- Optional Parking Brake
- Brake Pads
- Stainless Steel Brake Lines
- Hardware includes Grade 8 Bolts
Photos shown are a representation of the appearance of components in a complete kit with options. Actual product may vary for your application.
Optional – Red powder coating on calipers – additional $55.00
(additional 14 to 19 day lead time for powder coating)
VERIFY YOUR ARE ORDERING THE RIGHT KIT!
How to determine if your axle is a semi-float or full-float axle.
Note the 8 flange bolts on the full float axle:
WARNING: Brakes are the single most important system in your vehicle, always consult with a specialist when upgrading anything to your Land Cruiser braking system. It is the sole responsibility of the person installing any brake or suspension component or kit for that particular application. If you are not sure how to safely use this brake / suspension component or kit, you should not install or use it. Do not assume anything! Improperly installed or maintained brakes and or suspension components and systems are dangerous. If you are not sure, get professional help. You may obtain additional information and technical support by calling Red Line Land Cruiser at 719.638.2003, emailing us at “email@example.com” or visiting our website at RedLineLandCruisers.com – Use of Red Line Land Cruisers technical support does not guarantee proper installation. YOU, or the person who does the installation must know how to properly use this product. It is not possible over the phone or email to understand or foresee all the issues that might arise in your installation.
Automotive equipment brakes and suspension must be maintained and should be checked regularly for fatigue, damage and wear.