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Old 02-12-2011, 08:37 PM   #1
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Disc brake conversion kits

Does anyone have any idea on where I can find some disc brake conversion kits for my '67 mustang? Four wheel disc brakes please

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Re: Disc brake conversion kits

Try CJ Pony Parts, or even Latemodel Restoration Supply.
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Dallas Mustang, National Parts Depot, and Virginia Classic Mustang. Just google it. Tons will pop up.
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Bought mine through Mustang Corral .... Great guys to work with and very knowledgeable !!!!!!!
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Are any of these under $1300?

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I'm doing the same. If you are not looking for stock Wilwoods has a few under $900.
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I'm doing the same. If you are not looking for stock Wilwoods has a few under $900.
Ok I'll check it out thanks Rols

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SSBC sells kits as well. Scott Drake has them if you can find a local dealer.
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