|01-23-2012 01:52 PM|
|Jeff Van Stemp||
One more thing
I am changing my '62 Falcon to disc - you will probably need to also change your upper control arms and ball-joints because the stock '62 has a smaller diameter ball joint shaft. I ordered the upper control arms and ball-joints as a kit from CJ Pony - they aren't too bad - around $72 each side. (They are actually for 65-66 Mustang) I am also going to order the center-link tie-rod end kit from CSRP for about $375.
|03-13-2011 08:49 AM|
|Bonneville462||I used the Scarebird brackets with good results.. He provides excellent tech help..|
|03-12-2011 01:47 PM|
|JeffB||Refer to this link: www.fordfalcon2000.com/restoration a list will pop up for you to click on.|
|03-11-2011 10:49 PM|
I have just converted the front brakes on my 38 chevy hot rod (comaro front end) to disc brakes and moved the master cylinder underneath the floor. I have two problems. 1) the brake pedal will not come all the way up after applying the brake. 2) the front brakes are dragging (even when I pull the brake pedal all theway up). Any help would be appreciated.
|03-11-2011 07:13 PM|
|03-11-2011 07:00 PM|
|matt167||just keep in mind. the granada swap will require the use of tie rod adapters from www.discbrakeswap.com as they changed in 1964|
|03-11-2011 06:22 PM|
Granada brakes will also work.
|03-11-2011 06:15 PM|
|03-11-2011 06:07 PM|
Disc Brake Conversion? 1962 Ford Falcon Futura?
Hi, is it possible to "easily" convert a 1962 Ford Falcon Futura's front drum brakes into disc brakes? Are there any conversion kits out there to do so? i haven't found anything. Thanks!