Hi John,Do they make a set that will work with the 15" wheels?
Clean, what part do you clean?Squeaking? Mine don't nor does my brothers. Did you try cleaning them?
Go to Baer Brakes web site https://baer.com/11-Front-SS4-Brake-System-4301438.html scroll down to "system links " and select template . Print the template for the brakes you want , cut it out & follow instrutions . I believe the 11' brakes are the biggest rotor that will fit 15" wheels . I just did this for my 15" Centerline wheels and there was plenty of room . Just remove the wheel , center up the template cutout in the back of the wheel and if it doesn't hit the wheel your good . SamI like the Baers although high dollar, do you have any smaller versions that will fit on my stock 15 inch 87 wheels front and back?
That one I posted was on poster board. That works well and easy to cut outLike Sam mentioned above on how to measure the wheel for fitment is correct, we like to paste the template onto a piece of cardboard for rigidity as well...
We also have the templates on our website under the brake section in the G-Body cars. The front SS4's will fit a stock T-Type 15" wheel but the rear SS4's will not due to the fact that the rotor is 12" due to the e-brake hat. BAER is currently working on a rear set up that will fit 15" wheels and will hopefully be out soon.
Baer brakes require a break in period. If all is well with the bleeding process drive it. One of my sets took about 500 miles before it felt right. It was tight as hell like they weren't releasing but after some miles they are all good nowI just finished installing my ss4 rears and I'm having a bit of a problem. After bleeding the brakes, the rotor is stuck and wouldnt rotate. Bled them again and the rotor was free but once I hit the brake its as if they don't disengage. Any suggestions? Also E-brake is not engaged