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I have almost everything needed to put disc brakes on the front of my Mustang except rotors. The ones i have are too far gone to be used. What type rotors will fit? I heard that rotros off of a 76 Granada will work. Any others? I also will need a power brake booster and master cylinder. Would anyone know what other master cylinder there could be out there that would fit?
 

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If you use the 4 piston K/H setup, the rotors for 65 thru 67 are the same. If you have single piston calipers, I suggest carrying a rotor to the parts store to match something up. A Granada/Monarch rotor WILL NOT work with the 4 piston setup.


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Do some shopping, I have bought "new" rotors in the past and they are not as horribly expensive as everyone thinks.

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