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Old 09-03-2011, 10:09 PM
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Mustang II IFS with Ford brake calipers

Does anyone know if there is an aftermarket Mustang II IFS that can be bought with Ford brake calipers? Preferably calipers used on late model Crown Victorias.

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After further research, I would like to use '99, or newer, Crown Vic or Mustang calipers on the front of my '37 Buick with a Mustang II suspension. Does anyone know if a kit can be bought or assembled like this?
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I saw pict's and info on using late mustang cobra calipers on one of the Classic mustang or ford falcon-Fairlane sites. The guy make some simple brackets. Welder Series has the do it your self brackets for Mustang II to use either GM ( General Motors) or Granada Monarch Versailles calipers And they sell iindividual pieces. you could sheck them out.Use some welder series parts and make your own adaptor flat pieces with the right hole locations=stops for the ford pieces. The later design Ford calipers similar to the GM design work a lot better than the old Granada-Monarch calipers which tend to stick and wear out one side of your rotor unless you regulary service-de-rust lube the slides.
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Thanks for the leads on where to look. I'll check it out.
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