25 The new drilled and slotted rear rotor was installed. They are directional, so we made sure to get them spinning the correct way. 26 We used a couple of ½-inch nuts to secure the rotor flat to the axle shaft, and then checked to make sure we had the correct spacing on the caliper. Installation of the caliper is simple, since the calipers come pre-loaded with the pads. The included hardware is used to secure them to the caliper mounts. 27 Also included with the rear disc brake conversion kit are all of the necessary lines and fittings to connect to the factory lines. 28 Here’s a look at the completed rear kit from CPP. The red powder coat on the front and rear calipers is an upgrade option for the kit, but it definitely makes the brakes stand out. 29 With all four corners finished, we installed the new American Racing wheels. We opted for the VN215 Torq Thrust II. American Racing offers this style in several finishes, but we chose the mag gray center with the polished lip. Up front we did a 20x8 with a 4.5inch backspace, and in the rear, we ran a 20x10 with a 4.74-inch backspace. We also opted for the spinners on the center caps, just to give them a different look.