Those look like the correct tall uppers, I don't know the part number off hand. Usually customers buy them and have me install or I buy them from PTFB but I don't really look at the numbers, just make sure they look right, fit right, and have correct taper for the spindle. Pic below. I shoot them and the hardware with clear coat so they look nice for a long time. Just don't paint the taper or threads. Body mounts kinda depends on the aesthetics desired. If it's a pro touring type car with perfect looking painted everything then the nicely finished ones from Global west with the interlock or the DSE's for first gens. The bang for the buck deal is the PTFB ones but they aren't finished as nicely. The PTFB aluminum is a tumbled finish not painted or powder coated. I do like the steel sleeve the PTFB's have for strength and bought them for my own car before I was sponsored by PTFB. I clear coated mine and have painted them black for other peoples cars. I don't know if Centric has the non slotted high carbon rotors for 2nd gens but if they do I'd get those over the premiums if you're going to Auto-X. The slotted ones may be the high carbon steel ones and why the extra cost and worth the loot if you're gonna compete. Be realistic with yourself, the expensive brake stuff is really for repeated hard braking and not as good for around town normal driving. Most of the brake kits I install on F bodies are Wilwoods & Baers that come with rotors so I'm not as familiar with the Centrics. I haven't had any problems with any name brand wheel bearings that are properly lubed and correctly installed. Usually bearing failures I've seen is from DIY guys tightening the bearing bit too much trying to get to the next cotter pin slot in the nut causing overheat. Yes that's the brake fluid, I get it at the local Ford dealer so I know it's fresh. Swap fluid regularly because it's humid here and brake fluid is hygroscopic. Moisture is absorbed by fluid and that's what lowers the boiling point which can be a problem on track or auto-X where repeated hard braking occurs.