T-Case Mounted Disc Parking Brake (1979-1995) 4wd 4Cyl Pickup & 4Runner
With all of the axle upgrades and rear disk brake conversions that are popular on 4x4's, Sometimes the parking brake mechanism is rendered inoperable or deleted. The All-Pro Transfer Case Mounted Disc Parking Brake solves this and other issues by placing the parking brake on the output shaft of the transfer case.
The kit hooks up directly to the stock parking brake cable. This kit provides dramatically increased braking over the stock parking brake--with fewer parts to maintain and no cables hanging low to
be snagged by rocks! This setup takes advantage of the gear ratio in
the differential to multiply the force applied to hold the truck in
place--it will hold a truck on a 45 degree hill with the tranny in
The Kit simply bolts onto the back of the transfer
case with no drive shaft modifications needed. It fits 84-95 gear drive
4cyl transfer case equipped pickups and 4Runners (
automatic applications are not available
) and can be used with drum or
disc rear brakes.
Components come with a durable black powder
coat finish. The caliper and rotor are available separately for the
those interested in building their own setup. Re-drilling rotor
required for use on 79-83 trucks with original driveshafts due to
smaller 8mm bolt hole size.
***If vehicle is equipped with Electronic Speedometer pickup, an adapter will need to be purchased. Call for more details.
Having a good, working parking brake on the trail is important. In fact, it is even mandatory on certain
sanctioned club runs. All Pro Off-Road offers a viable solution to
those looking not only an alternative way to add a parking brake
after a disc conversion, but also an effective replacement to the
Contact our Tech Support Line for further information at 928-855-6341.
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