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Topic Review (Newest First)
06-25-2002 05:21 PM
Dave E Shank I put in an ECI kit but was not happy with rotors because it uses a special oil seal. I would reccommend Master Power Brakes GOOD LUCK Dave E Shank
06-25-2002 01:51 PM
joegaddy The one I used is from Chassis Engineering @ 319 6432645, worked great
06-25-2002 01:02 PM
mustang II brakes, spindles and caliper stuff

I'm using a Heidt's MII crossmember on my truck. I plan on using 11" granada rotors and want to find some ford rotors that will fit. All the kits I see show chevy rotors with shimmed pads.. surely there is a granada or fairmont or ltd caliper bracket that will work with the '77 MII spindles I have so I can keep my whole front end Ford !! I have found sliding pin calipers but can't find a caliper bracket that will work.. There was a kit available from A-1 racing products for this conversion, but I think they are out of business...

any one out there who knows what will work for me



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