disc brake

Now Available!

Bolt-on / Zero-Machining Disc Brake Conversion Kit for all Pinzgauer 710 (4x4) and 712 (6x6)

  • Based on TD Pinzgauers 716/718 (layout, disc dia. and width)
  • Wilwood DynaPro calipers with 4 pistons and dust boots
  • Dual calipers on each front wheel / single caliper on each rear 
  • Same calipers and discs are used at all positions
  • All brackets made from high strength alloy steel 
  • All hardware Class 12.9 / Grade 8 zinc plated alloy steel
  • Compatible with all Swiss, Austrian and Civilian 710 / 712
  • Uses stock master brake cylinder 
  • Wilwood brake pressure proportioning valve included

Designed for use with Mercedes Benz Wheels

  • Wheel bolt PCD changed to 5 x 130mm
  • Allows using easy-to-get, low cost MB Sprinter steel wheels 
  • Can also use G-Wagen or TD Pinzgauer wheels (i.e Hutchison) 
  • Wheels are moved outward 1.0 inch each side from stock
  • Wider track increases stability without excessive steering effort
  • Wheels have safety bead "humps" to retain tire at low PSI's
  • Optional Puch wheel hub covers 
  • Recommended tire sizes - 255/85-16 or 8.25R-16
  • Sprinter wheels are same weight as stock Pinzgauer wheels

Available as a "Basic" or "Full" Kit

Basic kit includes disc, brackets and all mounting hardware

  • Price is $250 USD per wheel (including shipping in USA)
  • Detailed assembly instructions with sources for all required parts - calipers, pads, hoses, adapters, etc. 

Full kit includes all parts required

  • Price depends on options included - TBD

Can be installed in about 4 to 6 hours -  no special tools required

Installation will be available by experienced Pinzgauer mechanics

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