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Old 02-14-2020, 06:33 PM
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Originally Posted by 214Chevelle View Post
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.

I can verify that the pic from Currie is correct for OEM installs. I did change mine from OEM install to get the brake caliper in front (lower CG when applying the brakes) and also keep the brake pull coming in from the front.

I swapped out brake sides basically and keep the pull lever on the top ... check out the pics here from my thread:

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Old 02-14-2020, 09:12 PM
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You really cannot mount them wrong per say. This kit is VERY versatile and can be properly installed more than one way.
Calipers can be mounted rear/front of the wheel, as well as the e-brake cable approach above/below axle tube and all depending on what side/direction the MillerBuilt adaptor is mounted.

Sonar Chief took it a step further and has the caliper and e-brake cable approach on the same side.

All just depends on what works best for each particular application and possible variables.
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