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02-04-2013 05:08 PM
Mustang ii air ride brake problem

I am installing a mustang ii setup on my 58 f100. I am going to run air bags all around. I am planing on installing slam 6" air bags in the front. I fell inlove with the cpp 13" big brake setup that is available. I would love to run a big brake setup on my ride, but the big brake kit says it will not clear air ride arms. Has anyone been able to change something to be able and make it work? Do i need to change the brake bracket or disk brakes?
I wanna keep the brake power since i am going to add a blower on my engine and would like the extra stopping power. I also have 12" disk brakes in the rear. 8.8 cobra rear end. 3.73 gears.

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