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Old 05-09-2013, 12:16 PM   #1
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Rear Brake Brackets?

Hey everyone, does anyone know where to get the brackets that let you use stock length fox axles with SN95 rear discs?
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Ssbc (stainless steel brake corporation) or some company with north or northern in the name of it. Sorry I forgot. Maybe northern racing? It was talked about before on this forum.
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Hey everyone, does anyone know where to get the brackets that let you use stock length fox axles with SN95 rear discs?
Late model restoration sells them, or you can flip the brackets from the sn95 and use the correct length axles.
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Late model restoration sells them, or you can flip the brackets from the sn95 and use the correct length axles.
Really? Never heard of this before. More please.
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Really? Never heard of this before. More please.
I'm going to have to find a new link, the site that had all the info I was using got shut down.
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I'm going to have to find a new link, the site that had all the info I was using got shut down.
Oh ok, thanks man. Never would've thought you could do that.
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im using this set on my car, they work great!
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Thanks! Going to check into the whole flipping the stock ones first though.
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Thanks! Going to check into the whole flipping the stock ones first though.
Here ya go, this ought to give you an idea on doing it.

http://www.stangnet.com/mustang-foru...ackets.859972/
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Thanks man, found that same one last night. Didn't know I was going to have to cut them but that's cool. I'm going to give it a shot anyway. You think that'll work with my ranger axles?
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Thanks man, found that same one last night. Didn't know I was going to have to cut them but that's cool. I'm going to give it a shot anyway. You think that'll work with my ranger axles?
It should, but make sure you grab the braces that go on them too. If you choose not to use them its likely that the brakes will rattle.
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It should, but make sure you grab the braces that go on them too. If you choose not to use them its likely that the brakes will rattle.
The braces for the SN95 brakes?
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The braces for the SN95 brakes?
I can't remember the technical term but these-on the left.
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Ok, yeah I have those. I made sure I grabbed everything when I was there. Just have to make sure I'm cutting the right part of that bracket.
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Ok, yeah I have those. I made sure I grabbed everything when I was there. Just have to make sure I'm cutting the right part of that bracket.
Here ya go
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Thanks man, didn't know I was going to be modifying the anti moan brackets too.
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Thanks man, didn't know I was going to be modifying the anti moan brackets too.
No problem buddy. Shouldn't be too hard to modify them, you can run without them until you modify them.
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I'm not worried about modding them, just taking the time to do it....right. Then welding them back together.
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I'm not worried about modding them, just taking the time to do it....right. Then welding them back together.
Heck yeah, better safe than sorry.
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Yeah, I can just grind that weld off then cut the 3/4"out of them right? Then weld them back together.
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Yeah, I can just grind that weld off then cut the 3/4"out of them right? Then weld them back together.
That's how I seen it done on that site that link that's **** down.
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Ok, cool. Thanks again man. I'll let everyone know how it goes. If worse comes to worse I always have the ranger drums.....lol
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That's how I seen it done on that site that link that's **** down.
There it goes again censoring the word SHUT.....
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Ok, cool. Thanks again man. I'll let everyone know how it goes. If worse comes to worse I always have the ranger drums.....lol
Heck yeah, take plenty of pics.
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Will do, thanks again!
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Will do, thanks again!
Not a problem, any questions about the swap just let me know.
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Ok, thanks again man. I'll probably get started modifying things early next week.
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Finally got around to modifying the brackets that mount to the end of the axle tube where the caliper mounting brackets mount, and I also finished the anti-moan brackets. Now to just find time to do the actual swap!



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Awesome, nice to see your progress.
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Thanks, I'll make sure to take pics when I get to swap everything over.
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