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Wanting to buy front disc brake setup for a 1966 Mustang with a 6 cylinder.
I don't care if it is 4 bolt or 5 bolt rotors. Closer to N IL the better.
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I have a set of original Ford disc brake spindles with brackets, 5 lug, for $275. You can buy the rotors and calipers on ebay or autozone.

It would be $25 to ship them to you. They have been cleaned and check for straightness.

I can send a picture to your email address. Bob
 

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Cheap and Brake
System, don’t belong in the same sentence.

If you must combine the two, Scarebird is your answer, never me!
 

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I have a pair of Kelsey Hayes four piston calipers from 65/66 Mustang. THESE ARE CORES. Hard work is done- pistons are out of the bores. Bores look good. It will take about $250 for parts. The nice thing about original parts is they will fit.
 

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Anytime when i'm at work and someone wants to cheap out on brakes ,my response is usually something along the lines of--- "It will cost you more than that when you hit me" OR "the ambulance ride will be more than that"
 

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Wanting to buy front disc brake setup for a 1966 Mustang with a 6 cylinder.
I don't care if it is 4 bolt or 5 bolt rotors. Closer to N IL the better.
Thanks
As noted by others.
Brake setup should be considered as special, not when on special.
A quality braking system saves you when you need to make a hard stop Imho.
 
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