Exactly what brakes do you have? I have granada on my 69, and the calipers are not front mounted, they are rear mounted. And dont contact anything.I just got done dealing with a CSRP/TCP dilemma.
The swap 2 (granada setup) will NOT work with the TCP Power Rack. You need swap 1 or any brake kit setup that mounts the calipers at the front (2 o'clock on the passenger side and 10 o'clock on the drivers side)
What happens is that the rear mounted calipers hit the lines on the passenger side of the rack and pinion cradle.
Exactly what brakes do you have? I have granada on my 69, and the calipers are not front mounted, they are rear mounted. And dont contact anything.
I have the TCP power rack and have no clearance issues what-so-ever anywhere. Plenty of room all around.. I dont know how much narrower a 66 is, but with all the space I have I wouldnt think it would be an issue.
The TCP rack is by far hands down the best rack for the old mustangs.. Thats why i saved up for it and went with it over the other brands. The other brands just look cheap to me. Imnot a fan of the inner tie rods being part of the rack assembly.. They look very small and weak to me as well.
The TCP shares the factory geometry with their center link. It uses the original inner and out tie rods. No bump steer on mine. Steering is very precise and nice and tight.
Not sure exactly which brakes they were, but they were CSRP swap 2 kit with granada spindles and calipers.
Don't know why they would fit you're 69 because the tcp power rack is the same for 64-69 i believe.
Which csrp kit do you have original poster?