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Face it, factory brake calipers are underpowered, overweight and downright ugly. Swap that medieval cast-iron for some cutting-edge performance-SSBC Quick Change Calipers. Crafted from billet aluminum, these featherweight calipers deliver up to 30% more clamping power over factory stoppers, and they add show-stopping style behind your wheels.
Fitted with corrosion-resistant stainless-steel pistons, these custom calipers grab your factory rotors with a merciless grip. Designed as an instant bolt-on upgrade, your SSBC calipers quickly replace those factory clamps with no modifications needed. Plus, SSBC tosses in a fresh set of standard-sized high-performance brake pads.
Along with the neck-snapping performance, SSBC calipers deliver jaw-dropping looks. After-all, you invested hard-earned cash on those custom rims-back ‘em up with some track-inspired style. Plus, choose from several caliper colors to match your individual style. Best yet, SSBC backs your Quick Change Calipers with a 1-year warranty.
Reviewed by Michael Anthony D (Wappingers Falls, NY) — Jul 22, 2013 5:39 PM
I love these brake calipers! Looks great, quality is superb, made in New York state (!) and easy to install. Fits my truck perfectly. Most importantly, the braking power for my truck is the ultimate. Take your time, make sure you install them properly. You will pay the price but it is American Quality all the way and AutoAnything offered the best price too.
Reviewed by John M (Burlington, NJ) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Silverado — Jun 11, 2012 5:15 AM
I have a 2007.5 2500 HD silverado and i pull a 12,000 LB fifth wheel. I needed an upgrade on my stoping power so I went with the SSBC on the rear and on the front.They were very easy to install, came with all parts needed to conplete the job and new pad too.There is a GREAT inprovement in stopping the truck know. I would install the SSBC on a new truck if i bought one tomorrow.Did i tell you they look good to?
Reviewed by Jonathan B (Columbus, OH) Reviewed for a 2004 Chevy Silverado — Oct 14, 2009 1:39 AM
These brakes look fantastic on my Silverado SS, but don't stop nearly as hard as I expected. I expected a substantial improvement over the stock 2 piston brakes, but didn't see it. It may be the fault of the rest of the GM brake system - not really sure though! After spending over $1000, not sure it was the best use of the money! Also, in order to get everything to quit leaking, I had to purchase new brakes lines. Since the ends had some corrosion, they wouldn't seal to the new caliper kit - just something unexpected!