Master Power Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit for 1967, 1968, 1969 and 1970 Mustangs with an Automatic Transmission.Upgrade your 1967-1970 Mustang with disc brakes from Master Power. This brake upgrade comes with everything needed to convert to power disc brakes. Master Power engineered the kit to use factory style components and bolt-on without modification.
Master Power uses the factory style 4-piston caliper for much easier wheel fitment and installation. The calipers are the same ones that Ford originally used as an upgrade on early Shelby Mustangs. This means most 14" wheels can be used.
Calipers are mounted with precision CNC machined billet aluminum brackets. The brackets are stronger and more consistent in fit and finish than traditional steel brackets. Backing plates provide protection for rotors and calipers against road debris and dirt.
This complete bolt-on system uses your original V8 5-lug spindles. All components bolt to the factory spindles without any modifications needed. Even the brake booster pin is correctly set for the master cylinder.
- 4-piston OE style calipers and brake pads
- Billet aluminum caliper brackets
- 11-1/4" vented rotors
- 9" single diaphragm power booster
- Brake pedal
- Dual reservoir master cylinder
- Combination valve kit
- Master cylinder to valve hard lines
- Brake hoses
- Bearings/seals/dust caps
- Dust shields
- Spindle nuts and washers
- Grade 8 hardware
- Installation instructions
*Most 14" disc brake wheels will fit as well as 15"+ wheels.
Initial installation of Master Power's Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit is straight forward requiring no cutting or welding. That trend continues when it's time to replace your brake pads and/or rotors or if a complete overhaul is required. You will be able to find all the parts you need at your local auto parts store.
|Fits 1968-1970 Mercury Cougars|
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Hi there, Would you recommend this kit or the SSBC kit (A121-2) for 1967 auto power conversion? I notice the SSBC kit has a dual booster which would only be necessary for rear discs if I'm not mistaken? Thanks, Stephen.
I have Item # DB1521PANSHP disk brake conversion kit for my 1967 mustang. It appears that the new rotors (I got drilled/slotted) are machined for the bearings and do not require the races to be pressed into the rotors. Is that correct?
I have 68 mustang coupe with a six cylinder engine and standard drum breaks. Is this the right conversion kit for me.
I am planning on installing a power front disk brake kit on a 67 mustang currently with manual, drums on now. Do I need to change the lines to the rear if I leave the drums on the rear?
Will this kit fit 1968 stock (V8) 14" rims?
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