Here's a step by step guide on how to assemble your brand new
CNC Disc Brake Kit!
Lay out all your
piece's on your work bench and make sure all your pieces are
there. See your packing list for specifics. As you can see I
have laid out all the hardware, bearings, caliper, caliper
bracket, dust cap, and spindle. This is everything needed to do the drivers side. Keep in mind this is a dry example for
tech purposes only.
As you can see in
picture three and four I have installed the caliper bracket and
have clocked it roughly in the 11 o'clock position. In picture
four you can see that the ears that the caliper bolts too are
going towards the frame.
In picture five
you can see I have installed the bolts with the washers. In
I have installed the other washers followed by the lock washers
and the nuts.
In picture seven
you can see how the hardware is placed with the bracket being
mounted. In picture eight we have a close up of the hardware
In picture nine I
am placing the inner wheel bearing on the spindle (since this is
for tech purposes no grease is being used) In pic ten the
bearing is seated. Make sure you use disc brake wheel bearing
grease to pack your bearings.
In picture eleven
the rotor is seated fully on the bearing. Races are installed
from the factory on the hubs. In picture twelve I am placing
the outer wheel bearing in place.
thirteen I have placed the keyed washer in place. In picture
I am placing the installed nut on.
shows the nut tightened down. In picture sixteen you can see
the distance between the caliper bracket to the rotor, its close
but that's how it works.
In picture sixteen
I have place the loaded calipers onto the rotor and picture
seventeen shows me aligning the caliper to the caliper bracket.
shows me threading the bolts with the lock washer onto the
caliper bracket to secure the caliper. Picture nineteen shows
what the final product looks like assembled with out the dust
cap. Just install the dust cap, connect your lines & bleed your
brakes and enjoy.
Sometimes it takes
several times to bleed all the air out of your system. This is
a slow but necessary process in order for your brakes to perform
at optimum performance. Use DOT 3 brake fluid with the CNC
brakes. We recommend using either the CNC dual brake master
cylinder or a hydro boost unit. If you are currently or wanting
to run a single reservoir master cylinder don't, unless its for
All the diagrams and installs on this website
are for informational purposes only.
We recommend professional