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Item #: 19537

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Price: $685.85
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    You will get all parts needed, as taken from a 1970 parts car to convert your 1967-1970 Cougar or Mustang to power disc brakes. As pictured you will get the complete Bendix booster, unique 1970 pedal, hardware to mount booster, master cylinder activation rod, new rotors, calipers, distribution block with built in proportioning valve, spindles, dust shields and all hardware to mount them. The dust shields will be solid as you would expect from a Western donor car and all unique hardware is included. Plan on all parts needing rebuilt, all parts are guaranteed to be rebuild-able. We do not include used brake lines, hoses or a master cylinder as these are readily available new at a relatively low cost from many sources. Keep in mind it is very important to not mix and match certain parts from other years even if they "may" appear fit. For example if you use a 1967 pedal it will not clear the 1970 style collapsible column which has a wider diameter. If you try to use a 1969 pedal the alignment of the booster activation rod will be incorrect and you will damage the booster. Never attempt to use a manual brake pedal with a power booster. These are just a few of the many hazards involved when mixing and matching different years and models. If you choose to use a 1970 system on your 67,68 or 69, use it in its entirety and you will avoid many safety issues. We highly recommend using the 1970 conversion when converting your 67-70 Mustang or Cougar as the 1970 system uses a larger spindle (also used on 1969 Eliminators). The 70 system also uses a larger outer tie rod ends, internal proportioning valve less likely to leak or fail and the more dependable Bendix brand booster. Also note worthy is the fact that 1970 rotors are easier to find and usually cost less than 67-69 rotors.

    These come with new rotors, but not bearings and braces. Please see related item.

    Check out our video below for more info on how to convert a manual drum brake car to power disc:


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    Shipping Weight: 95.00 LBS
    (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
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