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Anyone know what all disc brakes will fit into a 66 mustang?
I have heard that just about anything (such as fairlane, granada, fairmont, or torino) will work? Is this true?

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There's been a lot of discussion about this subject on VMF. You are right, some of the cars listed below have the brakes you need. I'd suggest doing a search of the forum and also of the old forum for "disc brake conversion" or something similar. There is a wealth of information out there.

1967 coupe with vinyl top. 351W engine with C-4. Work in progress.
 

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Check out this website. http://www.texasinternet.com/~dsigns/james/ It has an incredible comprehensive discussion of this subject.

John Harvey

1965 "A" Code Convertible. "298" V-8 (It is way overbored), balanced, decked, milled, forged pistons and rods, high torque cam, toploader 4 speed, red with a white top (glass window), and a white interior with black appointments.
 

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Thanks John....'ppreciate the compliment......

MustangSteve's website gets a lot of traffic on the topic too...
 
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