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has anyone tried those add-on brakes

I'm converting the front breaks of my 58 ford, from drum to disk, I know about the Monark , montego, or torino, spindles, Yea, try to find em at a decent price.....I found a URL that makes a bracket that bolts onto the original spindles, which allow you to use ford Ranger rotors and chev S-10 pads, the rotors are 10.25" (big enough?????) At $150, for the set.....any thoughts on them things?????Thanks also does anybody know where i can get a set of bushings for the front suspension.......

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it would help to know the company your talking about. If Scarebird, there good stuff. they don't list somthing unless it's good.. everythings tested b4 they offer it for sale
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yes it was scarebird, I'm wondering if the 10" rotor will be sufficient.. It seems cheaper in the long run, cuz with the monarck and others of the late 70' I would assume the rotors and cal. would be getting hard to find. That and there NOT a direct bolt up, More $$$ to set them up right......
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