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Old 12-18-2017, 10:03 PM
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Old 08-12-2018, 12:31 PM
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I must say that this bolt on floater kit works perfectly. Ive not given it any thought whatsoever since it was initially installed on the Gen 2 48 Hour Camaro in January. 8,000 road miles and 5 sets of tires worth of autocross laps later, its still perfect. Nice work!
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Old 08-15-2019, 10:20 PM
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Full Floater System -

Installs onto any Rear-End that utilizes "Early" or "New Style/Torino" Big Bearing Ford Ends.


That's right,,,, you can use your current rear-end housing, NO welding & simple installation. BOLT-ON!


Advantages:

  • Bolts to your Early OR New Style/Torino Big Ford Housing End (Chevy 10/12 bolt application now available! https://lateral-g.net/forums/showthread.php4?t=52854 )
  • Reduces/eliminates brake “knockback”
  • Eliminates axle deflection
  • Wheel & tire remains intact should an axle failure occur
  • Front or Rear Caliper / E-Brake Cable Positions
  • Utilizes the robust, zero maintenance C6/C7 ZO6 Hub Bearing Unit
  • Utilizes OEM C5/C6/C7 Corvette, and 5th/6th Gen Camaro brake kits
  • Utilizes aftermarket C5/C6/C7 Corvette, and 5th/6th Gen Camaro brake kits
  • Utilizes your existing BAER / WILWOOD caliper & rotor (some restrictions apply)
  • Super compact design compared to traditional style full floaters
  • All advantages of a traditional style full floater without the maintenance
  • Replacement parts available at local GM dealer or local parts house
  • No modifications required to the hub bearing unit as other kits in the marketplace
Note: this applications will add 3/16″ per side to your existing wheel mount surface (based on an existing 2.50″ axle/brake offset)

Fitment: Any rear-end housings that utilizes Early or New Style/Torino Ends


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Old 08-18-2019, 07:16 PM
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Got mine installed, but not on the road yet. Very nice piece I might add. Exceptional customer service too from Jay.
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Got mine installed, but not on the road yet. Very nice piece I might add. Exceptional customer service too from Jay.
Is that upside down?
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Is that upside down?
I hope not. Currie built the rear end and I sent them the Miller Built kit as Jay said they've installed many of his kits. Can anyone else verify how this looks? Even if it is upside down, I still have to install the 3rd member, axles, etc. Plus, everything else is coming back off to get the chassis and rear end powder coated.
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I didn’t notice it at first. But the parking brake mount is on top. I think usually it’s on the bottom under the axle. It should be easy to swap them from side to side. Just my thought Bill
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I didn’t notice it at first. But the parking brake mount is on top. I think usually it’s on the bottom under the axle. It should be easy to swap them from side to side. Just my thought Bill
Yeah, I didn't notice it either until he mentioned it. Guess Currie got some dummies working there, huh? I mean, where's the quality control?
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I’m not sure but I think you put it top or bottom to switch the direction of pull for park brake. I’m thinking it should work either way.
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