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Every part we use is carefully chosen as if we were going to install it on our own cars. Since we started in 1983 we've said, "If we can't be proud of it, we won't sell it."
Each brake conversion kit we sell is designed and engineered to fit a specific vehicle and application. Every step is taken to make your conversion as much of a bolt-on as possible.
Making your installation easy really matters to us. We supply components that match the application, pre-assemble as much as possible and package everything carefully and in an organized manner while providing you with clear, concise instructions.
Individual hobbyist customers and dealer/installers praise our ability to listen and determine the best solution for each project. Have an issue or question? Or simply want to review an installation guide? Just call. We'd love to help.
1969 Plymouth Barracuda Rear Disc Brake Conversion Kit - Legend Series
Legend Series: Our most cost effective option - The Master Power Brakes Legend Series is a complete brake system to upgrade your rear drum brakes to the reliability and performance of disc brakes. These kits consist of OEM style cast-iron calipers with a built-in park brake assembly along with vented rotors. The Legend Series is our most cost effective kit and a great upgrade to your classic vehicle. Installation is a weekend project that will pay dividends for years to come.
Looking for a simple, straight-forward brake upgrade for your 1969 Plymouth Barracuda? Look no further. If you can remove the original drum brake assembly from the rear axle housing, you can install our disc brake conversion kit. After the drum is removed and the axle replaced back in the housing, everything bolts on with zero modifications.
All of our primary caliper mounting brackets are manufactured from 3/8” thick steel. We could go with a thinner material to keep costs down but let’s face it, we are dealing with brakes. After the brackets are manufactured, we have them coated with a finish that keeps the brackets from rusting - providing your classic 1969 Barracuda years of good looks and no rust.
When you receive a Legend Series rear brake conversion kit, you get everything necessary to install the kit on your '69 Barracuda. Every part from the calipers and rotors to the park brake cables.
You have decided to upgrade your classic '69 Plymouth Barracuda to disc brakes in the rear, don’t cut corners with kits that use remanufactured components. Everything in our rear disc brake conversion kits is all brand new. We only use the best available, new components when assembling our kits.
We engineer our brake systems with serviceability and routine maintenance of your 1969 Barracuda in mind. From a simple brake pad replacement to a complete overhaul, you’ll are able to find the parts you need at your local auto parts store. This way you can keep your car where it belongs, on the road.
Rear Disc Brake Conversion Kit (Kit #DB1300BR)
- Calipers w/ 2-1/8" Pistons & Integrated Parking Brake
- Brake Pads
- 11-1/8" Vented Rotors
- Caliper Brackets
- Grade 8 Hardware
- Brake Hoses w/ Banjo Bolts & Crush Washers
- Parking Brake Cables
Why are disc brakes better than drum brakes?
Disc brakes are not subject to fade from heat or water. Disc brakes do not drift out of adjustment.
What kind of brake fluid should I use?
DOT 3 or DOT 4 brake fluid is recommended. DOT 5 or silicone brake fluid should not be used.
Please Note:Must use 15" or larger wheels with this kit. Not all 15" wheels will provide adequate clearance.
This kit is for the Chrysler 8-3/4 rear end. If your car has the 7-1/4 or 8-1/4 Chrysler rear end you can use our DB1307BR rear disc conversion kit.Included with all brake kits are clear, precise instructions with illustration and photos to help ease your installation. If you need information about installation requirements or situations specific to your vehicle, call us in advance of purchasing with specific questions regarding your vehicle.
We are even happy to email you installation instructions before you buy equipment. Just call and ask your sales/service rep.