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I'm Hella From Nor*Cal
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Anyone have a good list of cars that i can look out for,for a disk brake swap in my 69 cpe?

I have gathered:
For the front
60's Cougars
Mid 70's Granada's/Monarch's but the tie rods must be used
Mavericks? Unsure on years


for the rear,
late model explorers Crown vics and grand marquis with the 8" and 9" with small bearings


if we can get a solid list maybe we can make it a sticky?
 

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I'm Hella From Nor*Cal
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would a maverick GT's brakes work?
 

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would a maverick GT's brakes work?
yes it will be like granada's need tie rod end helpers.

you can use any 1968 to 79 Ford mid size car disc. you just need the spindles with brakes.
 

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thanks guys!!
 

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great find!
 

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Still for the price of new vs what I have found in the yards around here it's worth while just to buy it all new.
 

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damn once i save up a few more pennies i'm gonna be buying it... still would be a good idea to get a solid list of donor cars
 

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Actually for the price it isn't too bad. Not too far out that only a few can afford it. True it's pricier than most other parts or kits you can buy for a classic Ford, but for all that you get and what it does I think its fairly justifiable to have it priced as it is. Then again what do I know.
 

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Well that's really on the cheap side. Go take a look at some of the other sites. I have seen alot asking $800+ for disk break conversions.
 
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