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Old July 7th, 2015, 11:44 PM
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1983 110 Brake Parts

I am in the process of doing front pads, rotors, and calipers for the 110. I have ordered the calipers listed below and wanted to make sure these pads and rotors will work. These rotors say they are slotted, drilled, and solid. I didn't order vented calipers so I am assuming these will work.

Front Pads STC2950 | Brake pads-front-110/130 up to 1986 (split pin type) - Lockheed

Front Rotors FRC7329SD | Paddock Performance Brake Discs (pair) - solid - slotted and drilled

Calipers AEU2537 | Front brake caliper (New) - 110/130 - RH - to 1986

I also need rear cylinders, Paddocks has a few different brands, any significant difference other than price. Will this one work?
Cylinder RTC3626 | Rear wheel cylinder RH -110/130

Also I need the grease seal between the bearings and the rotors, will this kit work?
DA2379 | Hub Bearing Kit - Defender front to end of KA

Truck is currently without brakes, and in pieces. Isn't how that always goes?

I'm including pics of what is currently on the front and the cylinder on the rear that needs to be replaced.
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Old July 7th, 2015, 11:55 PM
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Switching the rears to disk on my 84 is the single best upgrade I have done. No longer have to futz with the adjusters to keep the shoes tight. Braking quality is about the same as properly adjusted shoes, without the shoes they just work all the time. My front axle was replaced with one out of a disco so I cant really answer any questions in that regard.

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Old July 8th, 2015, 10:03 AM
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Thanks for the reply. I'm not interested in doing a conversion right now. I'm good with just getting it to stop again.
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Old July 8th, 2015, 10:23 AM
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Rear cyl are handed so you need to buy right and left...the one you listed should work fine for the rear right



I personally would not buy the slotted and drilled rotors, just get plain ones, they will be cheaper and have the same excact stopping power.

I would also call Trevor @ rovahfarm he probably has this stuff in stock for around the same price
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Old July 8th, 2015, 11:18 AM
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Rear cyl are handed so you need to buy right and left...the one you listed should work fine for the rear right



I personally would not buy the slotted and drilled rotors, just get plain ones, they will be cheaper and have the same excact stopping power.

I would also call Trevor @ rovahfarm he probably has this stuff in stock for around the same price
x2 re Trevor@RovahFarm great guy w/decent prices. Support the indies when we can.
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Old July 8th, 2015, 11:31 AM
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If it were I,I would as stated just order solid discs here:
FRC7329AP | Brake disc - solid - AP Lockheed

The brake pads you list will be fine.

I'd stick with original type cylinder fitment here....pay the extra and avoid crap aftermarket Britpart stuff...(some Britpart stuff is OK and the rest is mostly not IMHO)

As stated left/right handed as it were. The G at the end of the part number 'usually' means Genuine fitment of a part....the ones you link to are aftermarket...probably Britpart unless otherwise stated.


RTC3168G | Rear wheel cylinder RH - 90 to HA701009 - Lockheed

You state you need the seal.....if you need the bearings also I'd specify 'Timken' original fitment and never Britpart for those....if it's the seal you need,when you order it specify 'Corteco' as they make the seals for Land Rover...Paddocks will have them in stock. ' Bearmach' will also be OK. If it's an internet order just state same in the Notes section.

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