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Hello, I have a 67 coupe that I am in the process of restoring. I would like to put power front disk brakes on it. I saw an ad in a local paper where someone is parting out a 1976 Monarch. Would this have the spindles/calipers to fit a Mustang providing it had disk brakes?
 
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I'm not sure if they'll fit or not. A lot of Mid Size Fords are front stear cars. Mustang's are Rear Stear. If the Monarch is a rear stear, I would think it should fit.

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Yes, it will fit. The Monarch/Granada setup is one of the most popular ones to use. Look under the rear also because it could have a 9" with disk setup that will also fit your 'Stang.

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Thanks for the replies. I think I will give the guy a call. About what would I expect to pay for this stuff, assuming it was in usable condition. From watching this forum, I would guess about 150 for the front setup, and 250 for the rear axle. Too high or too low?
 
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I paid $150.00 for complete granada front setup, that will probably have to be rebuilt.

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I paid $50.00 for both spindles, and $25.00 for both calipers for mine. I ended up just buying new calipers, it was easier than rebuilding them myself. I did get the hardware for the calipers, though.

67 red Coupe, in process of resto-mod (only been 2 years so far)
 
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