The correct disc brake caliper and hose part #s?

Brakes for your Classic Mopar

  1. briwill70

    briwill70 Well-Known Member

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    I recently purchased a 65 Dart that the previous owner started modifying but left unfinished. It has 74 Charger spindles and new calipers and hoses. I noticed that when I turn the wheel all the way left/right that the brake hose hits the control arm. I suspect that he didn't use the correct parts. Any advice how to confirm the correct parts for this conversion?
     
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    72bluNblu FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    Are the calipers to the front or the rear?

    Here’s what DoctorDiff recommends...

     
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    The calipers mounted towards the front, or the rear?
    Makes a difference for hoses, used, needed.

    (0ops, somebody faster than me, on the keyboard.)
     
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    Calipers are on the front side.
     
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