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Old 05-13-2014, 06:23 PM   #1
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Swapping brakes from a '66 to '67 coupe, questions.

I have a '67 coupe 4 lug, 6 cyl. I want to put 5 lug disc on the front.
I found a Granada setup complete with proportion valve, master cyl. And Spindles, that is currently on a '66 for $200.
My question is... Other than completely replumbing the brake lines. Is there anything else that is gonna give me a hard time ??????
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