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48 Lincoln disc brakes??

Hi;Anyone have any idea for disc brakes on this.Apparently the back plate is different from the 48 ford or could probably use some of those disc kits.Heard there is a ford P/U with a pattern that would bolt to the 48 axle and a wheel bolt pattern same as the old Lincoln maybe early 70s.Would I need to change master cylinder if did this?Who sells those power boosters that fit under the ford for these master cyl's?Would be nice to split the system to the dual system like the newer cars.Very disconcerting to break a line coming up to a busy intersection in O/D.Thanks!

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Hi;Anyone have any idea for disc brakes on this.Apparently the back plate is different from the 48 ford or could probably use some of those disc kits.Heard there is a ford P/U with a pattern that would bolt to the 48 axle and a wheel bolt pattern same as the old Lincoln maybe early 70s.Would I need to change master cylinder if did this?Who sells those power boosters that fit under the ford for these master cyl's?Would be nice to split the system to the dual system like the newer cars.Very disconcerting to break a line coming up to a busy intersection in O/D.Thanks!
Definitely dual master cyl. system.

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