SSBC Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit At The Wheels 1965-1969

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SSBC Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit At The Wheels 1965-1969
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Product Description

SSBC 'At the Wheels' Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit for 1965-1969 V8 Mustangs.

Caliper Specs:
Type of Caliper - Standard
Number of Pistons - 4
Piston Size - 43mm
Constructed From - Cast Iron

Rotor Specs:
Diameter - 11.25"
Thickness - 0.8125"
Venting - Uni Directional (straight vane)
Standard Finish - Standard
Bolt Pattern - 5 x 4.5"

Kit Includes:
- Pair of Rotors
- Pair of Calipers
- Front Brake Pads
- 2 Brake Hoses
- Rotor Retaining Hardware
- 2 Rotor Splash Shields
- All Brackets, Bearings, Seals & Hardware
- Instructions

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*Requires the use of 14" or larger wheels.
*Bolts to factory 1965-1969 V8 drum spindles.

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Hi guys I have a 65 coupe 289 auto currently on drums the wheels I have are 15 '' x 8 '' styled wheels with a 4.75 back space will these brakes work? The styled wheel I believe is not to friendly to some brake kits.

Asked by: oz mustang 65
This one's a little more flexible - you can use 14-inch and up wheels on it. Your 15x8s should be OK.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-05-18

I have factory power front disc brakes on my 69 mustang. Will this kit fit my car ?

Asked by: mrhooge
No - this kit is designed to convert from front drum to front disc brakes.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-05-14

I need a disk brake conversion brake kit for a 1966 V8 Mustang Automatic transmission. I want to use my original spindles and be able to continue to acquire parts as needed.

Asked by: veteran
This one, and many others that we offer, would fit.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-04-21

Which kit will I need for: 1968 Mustang,  289 manual brakes, dual circuit master cylinder, and 14" rims, (American Torque Thrust)?

Asked by: Pac Machine
This one should work fine.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-04-02

I am converting my 67 to v8, it was i6 originally. Would these fit on the original 6 cylinder spindles? Or is there no difference between i6 and v8 spindles?

Asked by: Hellcat60
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