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Old 06-23-2013, 12:14 PM   #1
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Finally got the front suspension and disc brakes done on my 66 Coupe. i will be starting on rear suspension and brakes this week. Hope you enjoy and look for future updates.
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Looking good mate
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Finally got the front suspension and disc brakes done on my 66 Coupe. i will be starting on rear suspension and brakes this week. Hope you enjoy and look for future updates.
Where did you purchase your disc brake conversion kit from
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Old 06-24-2013, 07:54 AM   #4
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Where did you purchase your disc brake conversion kit from
They are CSRP disc brakes that I purchased from Kentucky Mustang but you can buy them direct from CSRP. Just see which company has the better deal at the time you purchase them. Really simple to install.
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They are CSRP disc brakes that I purchased from Kentucky Mustang but you can buy them direct from CSRP. Just see which company has the better deal at the time you purchase them. Really simple to install.
Are they just bolt on's to the original v8 spindles? They look very nice
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Yes they bolt right to your stock spindles. A lot simpler than I thought.
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