Four Piston Front Disc Brake Kit for 1965-1966 Mustangs with Front Disc Brakes.
If you’re in the process of restoring your 1965-1966 Mustang, the brakes are one of the most important things to make sure are in full operating order. This new Four Piston Front Disc Brake Kit will ensure that your Mustang will stop on a dime.
Features and Benefits:
- Disc Brakes Ensure Both Reliability and Stopping Power
- All-New Castings for Calipers
- Direct-Fit Replacement Calipers and Rotors
- Does Not Require any Major Modifications
- Includes All Necessary Mounting Hardware
When in the process of restoring your classic Pony, it’s important to ensure that she will stop just as good as she runs. That’s why this disc brake kit is a must, including everything you need for an easy installation. These calipers are all new castings so you don’t need to worry about the questionable reliability of remanufactured calipers. They also do not require any major modifications to install, as they are direct replacement parts. You can rest easy knowing that your Mustang will stop on a dime with this Front Disc Brake Kit.
- Pair of Four Piston Brake Calipers
- Pair of Front Brake Rotors
- Pair of Caliper Transfer Tubes with Proper Fittings
- Pair of 3/8” Front Disc Brake Hose
- Two Sets of Front Disc Brake Pads
- Four Brake Caliper to Bracket Bolts
- Pair of Brake Caliper Pad Retainers with Hardware
So what are you waiting for? Improve your Pony’s stopping power by picking up a Four Piston Front Disc Brake Kit for your 1965-1966 Mustang with Front Disc Brakes from CJ Pony Parts today!
Product ReviewsWrite a review
I have a 1965 mustang 6 cyl 4-lug what do I need to convert to disc brakes? What about converting it to a five lug and disc brakes? Jim
Can I use this kit to replace the drum brakes on the front of a 1965 mustang?
Is this a direct bolt on for 1966 , 5 lug drum spindles, or do I need some additional hardware.
Is this a drum brake to disc brake conversion kit? It doesn't appear to have mounting brackets. Is there anything else needed that is not included? Looking ahead to when I would need to replace - are the bearings and pads the same size as originals?
Currently the front brakes on my 66 are drum brakes. I want to change them to disc brakes. Is this all I need or do I need a new master cylinder as well for two types? Disc on front and drum on rear.
My car is a 65 GT 4sp. Has single piston discs on it now I believe were from a 68 and I want to go back to original. Will these bolt on to the current setup or do I need to change the spindle also?
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