Why is Scott’s Hotrods Different?
At Scott’s Hotrods we believe, wholeheartedly, that the key to enjoying a hotrod lies in the suspension underneath it and in making the decision to never settle for anything less than perfection.
The g-Street™ Truck 16 disc brake and spindle set features a massive 16” directional-vaned, slotted, and cross-drilled rotor, with forged-aluminum six-piston calipers, and 2-1/2” dropped spindles that have been factory modified to provide a more stable caliper mount than the factory-style mounts.
A bolt-together billet-aluminum hat/hub and rotor assembly allows worn or damaged components to be easily replaced, while also adding attention-getting detail to your 20” or larger tire and wheel package. The billet hub is machined with 5-on-5” and 5-on-4-3/4” bolt patterns and maintains the stock track width.
Direct bolt-on kits are available for ‘73-87 C10 GM trucks, but can be installed on ‘63-72 C10 trucks by changing to the later ball joints. This is not the correct kit for the Scott’s Hotrods Bolt in IFS as that requires a separate kit (call for details).
Scott’s Hotrods C10 Wilwood brake kits come complete with everything you need for installation.
A qualified professional mechanic or fabricator with the technical understanding of product function and installation procedures must install all Scott’s Hotrods products.