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Old 10-17-2010, 09:50 PM
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67 mustang K/H 4 piston discs...nice!

Can not believe how cheap the parts are.
How do they make a profit?
K/H 4 piston caliper w/ pads and clips=$79.
Rotor = $34
Two brackets=$105.
Hose=$10
Drum/drum master cylinder=$17
Misc hardware=??.

Would prefer the larger T-Bird setup but to cheap to buy the $400 brackets.
T-bird only disadvantage is more unsprung weight and $.

Wow! The difference is Wow!
Can stop quickly w/ no hands.
Pedal effort on par w/ drum/drum.
So easy to install and change pads, unbelievable.
I feel the braking is far safer than drum/drum.

Had metal ball "junk shot" in one caliper port; wouldn't bleed.
Removed the 4 pistons and cleaned the metal balls out; very easy.

I ceramic coated master cylinder, rear drums, etc.
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Old 10-17-2010, 10:02 PM
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Hi,
Nice job, Good luck with it.
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Thanks!

I'll try to keep her between the ditches.
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