SSBC Brakes Fluid Distribution Block for 1965-1966 Mustangs with Disc Brakes.
If you're replacing some of the brake components on your vintage 1965-1966 Mustang, then chances are you're going to need a new fluid distribution block. So make sure you pick up this SSBC Brakes Fluid Distribution Block from CJ Pony Parts!
This SSBC Brakes A1418 Fluid Distribution Block is made out of sturdy brass right here in the good old U.S. of A.! It mounds to your Mustang's inner fender near its master cylinder, and it allows the brake fluid to be carried between your front and rear brakes. This Fluid Distribution Block obviously serves a very important purpose when it comes to your safety as you're driving down the road, so be sure to pick up a new one today! That way, you get the peace of mind you deserve knowing your disc brakes will respond when you need them the most.
While lots of companies offer quality braking products, only one can be considered the industry standard for disc brake conversions and performance braking upgrades. If you're in the market for these parts and you're not looking at the braking products from SSBC Brakes, you're getting an inferior product. Find the perfect brakes for your Mustang from SSBC and CJ Pony Parts today!
Order an SSBC Brakes A1418 Fluid Distribution Block for your 1965-1966 Mustang with Disc Brakes from CJ Pony Parts today!
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i have a 65 289 auto, i have replaced the front from drum to disc with power booster and dual cycl, i'm kept the rear drum, will this work for my setup? my old one looks different and its not working too well. thank you
On the 65 distribution block do you have a diagram as to where each line hooks up on the block?
I have a 65 Mustang with drum brakes as stock. I bought disc brakes for the front and the proportioning valve but the stock distribution block has some chips out of the area where the brake line flange seals so I need a stock distribution block.
Do ya'll offer a distribution block for a drum/drum 66'? (Base model V8 coupe)
I see this says for disc brakes, is there some sort of proportioning valve built into this? Why is it disc brake specific?
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