SEMA 2017: Baer Introduces a Complete Brake Kit for 1988-1998 OBS C10 Trucks

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Oh man, were we stoked when we ran passed these at SEMA this year! Our friends at Baer just announced a killer upgrade package for the 1988-1998 Chevy C10/Full-Sized/OBS pickup trucks! The share body C10s have been popular for the last several years, and now Baer is looking toward the following generation of pickup for their next customer!

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Official Release:

Baer Introduces a Complete Brake Solution for the 1988-1998 OBS C10 Trucks

Las Vegas, NV – Baer Brake Systems continues to lead the industry with complete braking solutions with the re-introduction of the Pro+ 14 for the1988-1998 C10 (OBS) ½ ton trucks.  This Pro+ rear system features the popular 6P (6 piston) radial mount caliper mounted to a 14” 2 piece rotor.

The Pro+ 14” will come completely pre-assembled on modified stock spindles, ready to install on the vehicle. Systems are available in Red, Black or Silver (custom colors available at additional cost), and the rotors come standard in a fully dressed slot, drill, zinc plated finish.

The 6P caliper is machined to accept the factory Corvette C5/C6 front pad so replacements are easily accessible.  Baer prides itself on building each of these calipers designs completely in house, utilizing US sourced materials.  All calipers feature stainless pad abutments, as well as anti rattle springs.   Calipers are also designed with proper road going dust/weather seals as well as correct Banjo type fittings.

4301382          Pro+ 14” Front            MAP $2,895.00

Features:

  • Complete brake package to fit many popular aftermarket 18-inch wheels
  • Direct bolt-on system, no modifications necessary
  • Completely pre-assembled on modified stock spindles (Drop also available)
  • Available in non-ABS and ABS versions
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Being infatuated with cars since he was a toddler, GM EFI Founder and Editor, Rick Seitz, has a true love and passion for late-model GM vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.

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