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Wilwood Tactical Xtreme TX6R Front Brake Kit - Black (10-18 F-150)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Heavy Duty Performance Braking
    • Bolt-On Front Brake Kit
    • TX6R 6-Piston Aluminum Calipers
    • Durable Black Powder Coated Finish
    • 2-Piece 15" (380mm) GT 60 Curved Vane Rotors
    • 6x5.31" Bolt Circle
    • Compatible with 2 Wheel and 4 Wheel Drive Models
    • Fits 2010-2018 F-150's with Factory Spindles

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    The Wilwood Tactical Xtreme Front Brake setup in black would be an awesome choice for the 2010 and newer truck owners out there looking to step up into a legitimate big brake kit for right around the $2,000 mark. Now, besides offering a sizable upgrade in hardware and stopping power, truck owners are also going to enjoy the visual improvement behind your favorite set of 20-inch wheels or larger, thanks to the 2-piece rotor design in addition to these massive 6-piston calipers in black. Now, traditionally brake installs would be a walk in the park for most truck owners out there. However, this kit will involve some safety wire work, which can be a slight pain in the you-know-what if you're not familiar. So, therefore I did knock this one up to a soft three outta three wrenches on the difficulty meter, with a little bit more detail to come later on. So, I like to joke that Wilwood makes up one-third of my holy braking trinity around the site here, your other two members being Brembo, and also Baer. Now, all three companies are gonna produce some killer components when looking to stop your truck a little bit quicker, and all three are certainly gonna look a hell of a lot better behind your factory or aftermarket wheels when compared to the factory braking components you are replacing. And let's be honest here, guys, yes brakes are a functional modification first. However, I'm willing to bet a decent portion of truck owners looking at this kit are interested in them from an aesthetic factor, mainly to look good behind your favorite set of wheels, but of course also providing a serious bump in stopping power, and quite frankly there is nothing wrong with that. But on the other hand if you're looking at the Wilwood Tactical Xtreme Kit for its sole purpose of pulling that big old truck down from speed a little bit more effectively, then hang out with me for a little bit here and lets break these things down a little further. So, Wilwood developed the Tactical Xtreme TX6R Kit specifically for the truck, SUV, and armored vehicle market, and when designing this kit they did so with extreme durability and sustained high-heat capabilities in mind, as that's typically what you're gonna be concerned with when getting these big, heavy trucks to stop quickly, but more importantly, more consistently. Now, in fact they did specifically engineer this kit to handle duties, stopping duties rather, on trucks weighing up to 14,000 pounds. Now, obviously that's a far cry from your run-of-the-mill F-150, but good to know for the owners who do a lot of towing. Now the TX6R kit that we have here is gonna feature two big stars, in my opinion. First up you have the huge 15-inch GT60 curved vane rotor, and then next you have the massive 6-piston radial mount calipers. Now, interestingly enough, guys, these GT60 rotors do feature a proprietary iron alloy material that's carried over from the extreme duty military stuff. So if you're thinking to yourself Wilwood just basically re-branded a Mustang kit for the truck market, well you'd be completely out of line because that's certainly not the case here with this particular option. Now traditionally the two piece rotor is gonna way a lot less than your one piece cast iron rotors, and will also help with heat dissipation as well, preventing that excess heat from transferring to your hubs, and more specifically the wheel bearings. Now this is due largely in part to the center section here, or the brake hat, which is made out of aluminum, and this will be instrumental in preventing that heat transfer to your hub, and at the same time also dropping some rotational mass as well. And then you have these monsters. Absolutely massive six-piston calipers providing you and your truck with a ton of clamping force in addition to a very stout build. Forged aluminum housing loaded with stainless steel pistons, six per caliper of course, and then finally you got the high temp internal bore seals. Everything, as you can see, has been finished off in a gloss black powder coat. You got the Wilwood lettering on there as well. A very sharp looking caliper. If you wanted something that stands out a little bit more, you can find this exact same kit, but with red calipers instead. And if you really wanna go over the top be sure to check out the matching rears on the site as well. But aside from the big flashy rotors and calipers, Wilwood also tosses in some brand new braided stainless steel lines, and more importantly, their very capable BP-20 brake pad. Now this pad is a little bit more aggressive than their basic street pad, which is known as the BP-10, and has a wider temp range, which is good for the heavier trucks, especially ones that might be doing some occasional towing. Now it is very important to point out that in order to get these Wilwoods onto your truck in the first place, you're gonna need to run a 20-inch wheel or larger, and that's pretty much par for the course when you're looking to upgrade to a legit big brake kit like this. Now, if you currently run a smaller wheel on your truck and you wanna upgrade your breaks, but you don't wanna get rid of those wheels, your best bet is just to simply add a different stock size rotor, maybe drilled and slotted, along with a more aggressive pad. Otherwise, you're just simply gonna have to upgrade to a bigger wheel to make room for the Wilwood kit, or something comparable. Switching gears, let's get to the install. And as I pointed out at the very top of this video, I'm going soft three outta three wrenches on the difficulty meter here, not because brakes are hard but because safety wiring the bolts, connecting the brake hats to the actual rotor can be a little tedious and time consuming, especially if you don't do it often. So, with that in mind, figure a few hours from start to finish to get everything in place and bled. But aside from the safety wiring, it's pretty much brakes 1-0-1 here, guys, so just make sure you have a decent socket set on hand, in addition to some open-ended wrenches, a lift, jack and jack stands, and some fresh brake fluid, and an extra set of hands to help you bleed the system when the installation has been completed. Now, Wilwood does offer some very detailed instructions to help you along the way, and make sure to follow the pad bedding process after the install has been completed for the best performance of your new brakes, in addition to the best lifespan. So, wrapping this one up, if you're looking to add a baller brake setup to your tow rig or daily driver, you'll definitely wanna check out the Wilwood kit, right here at

    Increased Braking Performance. The factory brakes are fine for those who don't actually use their F-150 as a real truck, but if you find yourself hauling or towing massive loads you want to know that your brakes can handle the extra weight involved. Engineered for severe duty service on heavy duty trucks weighing up to 14,000 lbs, a Wilwood Tactical Xtreme TX6R Big Brake Kit will give you the confidence you need to bring your F-150 to a complete stop in a shorter distance.

    TX6R Brake Calipers. Wilwood's TX6R radial mount six piston brake calipers are forged from aluminum for lightweight and superior strength. These TX6R calipers feature stainless steel pistons with high-temp internal bore seals for dependable braking performance. Wilwood completes their brake calipers in a durable gloss black powder coated finish for aggressive good looks and long lasting corrosion protection.

    GT 60 Curved Vane Rotors. Wilwood's GT 60 Curved Vane Spec-37 Rotors are precision machined from a proprietary iron alloy that was derived from the materials and technology used to develop extreme duty spec rotors for the military. GT 60 directional rotors feature an asymmetrical slotted pattern and a vented design for increased cooling capacity and long service life. Being a two piece rotor Wilwood includes aluminum hats that are machined in a flared bell ribbed configuration for high strength and minimum weight.

    Complete Kit. Wilwood's Tactical Xtreme Front Brake Kit includes TX6R 6-Piston calipers, high performance BP-20 brake pads, two piece 15" GT 60 Curved Vane Rotors, braided stainless steel brake lines and all the hardware required for a straight forward bolt-on installation.

    Application. This Wilwood Tactical Xtreme TX6R Black Front Brake Kit is designed to fit all 2010-2018 F-150's including both 2 wheel drive and 4 wheel drive models with the factory spindles. Designed for use with 20" diameter wheels.

    Wheel Fitment Note. If you want to check to see if your front wheels will fit with the Wilwood Brake Kit, please see Wilwood's Wheel Clearance Diagram. Click Here.

    Fitment: 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Details

    MPN# 140-13865

    CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -

    What's in the Box
    • (2) Bracket, Caliper Mounting
    • (4) Bolt, M16-2.00 x 45mm, Hex Head
    • (4) Washer, .640 I.D. x 1.188 O.D. x .063 Thick
    • (12) Shim, .024 Thick
    • (2) Rotor, GT - 1.38” x 15.50” Dia, 12 x 10.25” Bolt Circle (one each, right and left)
    • (2) Hat Big Brake, 6 x 5.315, .700 Offset, 12 x 10.25" Bolt Circle
    • (24) Bolt, 5/16-18 x 1.00 Long, Hex Head
    • (24) Washer, .328 I.D. x .562 O.D. x .063 Thick
    • (2) Caliper, TX6R
    • (4) Nut, 1/2-20, Self-Locking 12 Point
    • (4) Washer, .515 I.D. x .875 O.D. x .063 Thick
    • (4) Stud, 1/2-13 x 1/2-20 x 3.98 long (pre installed in bracket)
    • (12) Shim, .032 Thick
    • (1) Pad, BP-20 Compound, Axle Set
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    Questions & Answers (2)

    2 Top Rated Questions

    Will these brakes front and rear fit the 20 x 9 rims oem or the ROUSH wheels with Mickey Thompson 305/55R20 (33X12.50R20)

    • This Wilwood Tactical Xtreme TX6R Black Front Brake Kit is designed to fit all 2010-2018 F-150's including both 2 wheel drive and 4 wheel drive models with the factory spindles. Designed for use with 20" diameter wheels. As long as you fall under this description you should be fine, however we offer Wilwood's Wheel Clearance Diagram on the product page here, so take a look at our features/description section to double check your fitment.

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    Will this front brake kit fit and work on my 2014 SVT Raptor with the stock or OEM Raptor wheels?

    • The Wilwood Tactical Xtreme TX6R Front Brake Kit is not compatible with the OEM 17" raptor wheels. A minimum wheel diameter of 20" is required, though you should measure for clearance using Wilwoods wheel clearance diagram to ensure proper fitment.

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    Overall Rating 5

    out of 5 stars

    Installation Time:Weekend

    Installation Cost:$250-$500

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      Installation Cost: $250-$500

      June 11, 2018

      Fit 2014 Platinum 6.2

      Normally I don't write reviews, but due to the fitment I feel it is necessary. This kit fit my 2014 F150 Platinum with stock wheels... barely. The back fit no problem, but the front was a different issue. I know the front balancing weights had to be moved into a new position, and there was some trimming of the metal dust covers. With that being said, they do fit, and they work/look awesome. I did purchase both the front and rear kits, but I will not be writing a review for the back as this review covers both applications. With that being said, just a few things to keep in mind... They are expensive but if you're looking at the Wilwood big break kit, then you are aware of the price. On the bright side, this kit comes with an extra set of front brake pads, so they will last many years before you need to pony up for expensive replacement parts. You MUST buy the Wilwood flexline break kit. The breaks will not work with the stock break lines. These kits will run you $245.00 dollars for the front and back. I had mine installed by my local Ford Dealership, they do all my work to maintain my extended warranty. It cost me $475.00 dollars, and they went through the "break in" period. I highly recommend this kit for anyone looking for increased stopping power.


      Year: 2014 Submodel: Platinum Engine: 6.2L V8

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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      May 09, 2017

      Great set

      The stopping power is amazing get to a stop quick my when doing 100 on texas roads


      Year: 2017 Engine: 3.5L V6 Ecoboost

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