Never heard of them and can't recall anyone ever mentioning that vendor. Did a little research on the net and they get mixed reviews. Apparently their products are made by MBM (click here: HOME ) So Pirate Jack's is probably a middle man like many.Has anyone tried any disk brake kits from Pirate Jack's? or tubular control arms. Please give any feedback. Thanks
I might be interested in your rear brake setup. PM me with details. ThanksI bought front and rear disc brakes from Pirate Jack for my 65 GTO after seeing their ad on the web. For what it's worth, they came well packaged and the front installed without any problems, visual quality appearance is okay (I can't speak to dynamic performance, alas no engine or tranny at present).
When I was in the process of ordering my Strange Dana 60 from Spohn, I was told my brakes probably were not compatible (Spohn suggested I buy Wilwood conversion brakes for the rear). I called Pirate Jacks for a technical assist and they were no help at all. Pirate Jacks is a middleman supplier, since the system comes from an outfit named MBM. MBM doesn't sell retail and asserts they only assist their suppliers...they would not help the end user (me in this instance). What I learned from this is the value tech support....lowest cost isn't the only thing to consider. I bought the Wilwood and at some point in the future will use or sell the Rear disc set from Pirate Jack.