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Hello,
Bought a completely disassembled 66 Mustang project that includes spindles from what I think are a Granada. Need help with identification please.

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I think they are from a 75 Granada V8 car. The rotors measure 11". Anyone know if suspension/brake parts from the 75-80 V8 Granadas are basically the same?

Since I already have these spindles, trying to figure out the I6 suspension pieces parts I need to replace for the V8. Also included when I bought the car are Grab a Trak 620 springs and larger sway bars, and 8 in rear w/ 3.55s. Any help is appreciated, thanks.
 

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I don't know the part numbers, but I can confirm that it's the same part 75-80.

I do have the tie rod part numbers you need for manual steering:
Crosslink uses ES713 inners, ES445 outers and ES2004 adjuster sleeves.
 

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There are better options out there for a disc swaps these days, but the Granada swap was pretty much it when I did mine in the mid 90’s. I definitely can’t complain. They’ve served me well for 25 years.

Good luck!
 

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