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    Another day, another dumb question Bear with me here. Something to note- I have never driven a car with drum brakes prior to this car. I recently purchased a 1965 mustang. 289 coupe. The car had drum brakes all the way around. It hadn’t been driven for 15 years before it was purchased. The...
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    Has anyone used one of these power drum brake conversion kit and are they worth it?BOOSTER CONVERSION KIT, POWER BRAKE - #2005-20BBL - National Parts Depot
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    Hi everyone, I’m doing disc brakes up front on my ‘65 coupe and I’m swapping the original 4 lug, 9 inch rear drum brakes for new 10 inch, 5 lug drums. I am wondering, do I need a new size backing plate for the 10 inch drums? Thank you! Brenden
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    Hey guys, I have a 68 6cyl. I’m going to install an 8” rear end, I bought 15x7 rims with -6 offset. What size drums do i need?
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    On my 66 Mustang convertible, I changed my front brakes from drum to disk, unfortunately now the Swiss authorities won't let me re-expertise (MOT) my car with disk brakes, because it didn't arrive in Switzerland like that!! So I want to go back to drum brakes up front. I don't have the old...
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    I just recently picked up a 68’ coupe. I’m trying to do a brake rebuild on all 4 drums and I’ve been searching everywhere to find out how I can figure out what size shoes and drums I need but I can’t seem to find anything. I know they’re 10 inch because it has a 289 in it, but how can I figure...
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    I have a low mileage 66, 289 coupe on which I just performed a front disc brake swap. The car has 43k original miles and still had its factory drums (dated coded March 66). The inner surface appears to be usable. Is there any resale value to these to the concourse crowd or should I just chuck...
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