FROM THE DRIVER SEAT
Project "Sublime" was not drivable at this point, so we couldn't perform a driving analysis of the Chassisworks/Wilwood brake system, but we look forward to coming to a halt as soon as the 'Burban is rolling.

YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

Time Spent Working: 4 Hours
Degree Of Difficulty: Beginner

Tools Needed:
Wheel bearing grease, Loctite, wheel bearing seal tool, ball-peen hammer, 1/2-inch deep six-point socket, 5/16-inch Allen socket

Parts Used:
Chassisworks g-Street front 13-inch rotors, hats, hubs, Wilwood DynaPro four-piston calipers, and semi metallic brake pads $1,639.00
Chassisworks g-Machine rear brakes, Wilwood PN140-7140 11 3/4-inch rotors, Wilwood DynaPro four-piston calipers, and semi-metallic brake pads, also Wilwood drum style parking $679.00

Total: $2,518.00
(prices from chassisworks.com, not including parking brake cables)

SOURCE
Wilwood Engineering
4700 Calle Bolero
Camarillo
CA  93012
805-388-1188
http://www.wilwood.com
Ironworks Speed & Kustom
2762 Unicorn Road
Bakersfield
CA  93308
661-399-8999
www.ironworksspeedandkustom.com
Chris Alston's Chassisworks
8661 Younger Creek Drive
Sacramento
CA  95828
916-388-0288
http://www.cachassisworks.com