This has been a struggle from start to finish, but I finally have these in stock. My next move is getting the website tuned up and a payment system going. For now, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how to purchase a pair.
And I swear, I am working on the adjustable tie rod drops to fix the bumpsteer. So stay tuned on that.
I am doing an introductory price of $200 a pair with hardware, shipped in the contiguous USA through USPS
These will work on your Dodge Dakota from 1987-1996 When using the full sized D150 rotor. These will not work with the stock Dakota rotor! This will also work with your D150 and B150 and some B1500 vans.
The one I am unsure of is the D100 with the 5 on 4.5″ bolt circle. The inner bearing is smaller indicating the spindle may be different.
The National A17 shows a 1.3772 (34.981mm) inner bore on the bearing and a 2.3622 (60mm) outer, which is smaller than the National A18 bearing that rings in at 1.4961 (30mm) on the inner bore and 2.4803 (63mm) on the outer. Both carry the same A18 bearing.
It is possible that these brackets will work on the D100 spindle, but it is unlikely that the small pattern D100 rotor will fit the Dakota or D150 spindles, because of this diameter difference.
I would love to be proven wrong on this!
If your spindle looks like this, there is a good chance this bracket will allow you to use the Wilwood D52 two piston slider caliper on your stock rotor. Centric StopTECH and R1 Concepts are both making slotted and coated rotors for a nice visual and actual performance upgrade.
The Dakota and D150/B150/B1500 use the same bearings and grease seals.
National A18 inner bearing with 38mm ID and 63mm OD. And all the spindles use the same A16 outer bearing with the 21.999mm ID and 45.974 OD.