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Looking for any information on versailles rear end swap in 65 66 mustangs. Thanks in advance for any information.
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Hate to be "Do a Search" person, but there are literally HUNDREDS of Versailles threads on VMF. Is there a specific question you have: E-brake hookup, spring perches, etc.????
 

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I did a search. Try it. Very little came up. There may be someone who hasn't participated before who has some good info. I appreciate the information. (Maybe I am out of the loop, but the search did not produce much under versaille rear ends.)Thanks again.
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Make sure and adjust the "date range" for the search. I searched for "versailles" "all posts" and got back pages and pages of stuff.
 
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Save your money if all your after is disc brakes. Not worth the headache or hassle. I went the Versailles route. $400 for the parts car, $300 for rotors and calipers, lots of sand blasting, still need to get new E-cables made, etc.... I'd just go with a good 9" housing and oversize drum brakes if I had to do it over again.
 

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I'll second Scott on this. Put a Versaille rear in my 66. Didn't like it for several reasons including parking brak issues and the fact that it wouldn't stop worth crap. Put an 8 inch back in it. Much happier. Better stopping, parking brake works, and it's lighter.
 

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Thanks, opentracker and all the rest of you mustangers. I appreciate the input. I believe I am going to pass on this one and stay with drum brakes in the rear. Once again, thanks.
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