Brakes

1969 Mustang Brakes

Brakes

Your car’s set of brakes is one of the single most important systems on your car. You may think of your motor as the first thing you’re going to upgrade and your brakes as the last. We say if you’re going to do the one, you’d be wise to do both. The confidence and security of a well-executed brake system will make you safer on the road and let you go faster on the track. Plus, nothing looks better tucked behind a set of polished wheels than a big burly set of cross-drilled stoppers and a painted six-piston caliper just egging the competition on. Check out our selection of 1969 Mustang brakes for a replacement or upgrade you’ll be proud of.

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1969 Brakes

1969 Mustang Brakes and Brake System

There is more than one way to stop a car. As 1969 Mustang brakes go, there are two. Whether yours is a drum or disc brake car, you’ll find everything that’s needed to keep your brake system in the best condition or breathe some new life into it. Our selection includes:

• Drum brake replacements and maintenance: If your 1969 Mustang’s brakes are drums, and you want to replace them with drums, you’ve got a great selection of options. We stock factory replacement parts from Raybestos, a trusted name in the brake industry. Replace your worn-out drums or shoes, or give your drum brakes a thorough reconditioning with a Raybestos rebuild kit.
• Brake hydraulics: Your brakes are a hydraulic system, and some 1969 Mustang brake systems don’t include the dual-bowl master cylinder that is standard on all modern cars as a safety precaution. This part separates the distribution of brake fluid to your front and rear brakes, allowing you to retain control if one set or the other goes out.
• Disc brake conversions and maintenance: Maybe your car came with disc brakes, or maybe it didn’t. You still need to keep your braking system in good working order. Make sure your car’s rotors are unwarped and always keep a fresh set of brake pads installed to maximize stopping power and avoid damaging your rotors.

When it’s time to make the all-important upgrade to discs, we’ve got everything you’ll need. Big brake kits from names such as Master Power, Scott Drake and SSBC can give you the kind of eyeball-jarring stopping power you never thought possible from your 1969 Mustang’s brakes. Make sure to check out our power steering conversion and rear end conversion kits as well if you want to fully modernize your car’s stoppers. Place your order today