How to Install Dual Caliper Brackets
1. Remove primary caliper and rotor.
2. Remove factory e-brake shoes, mechanisms, and cables. May be necessary to cut cables and punch it out of the trailing arm from the backside.
3. Unbolt the dust shield and cut it, so you are able to bend it around the hub and remove it from the vehicle.
4. Clean the trailing arm to remove rust and uneven surfaces. We recommend using a wire brush. Please take your time, it is very important to have a clean contact surface between the bracket and trailing arm.
5. Bolt up the billet bracket to the trailing arm, using blue Loctite on the ARP hardware.
6. Install the 10mm allen head screw into the bracket from the backside of the trailing arm, through the factory e-brake cable hole.
7. Install brake rotor
8. Re-install primary caliper in factory location, and install secondary caliper to the bracket.
9. Do mad skids
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- BY JOEL FROM DRIFT HQ
Ravi from V2Lab and Will from Auto Tuning House in Longwood, FL help create a how to guide on installing the Drift HQ Dual Caliper Bracket for the E46 M / Non-M rear brakes using an E39 Caliper.
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