‘15 brake swap on a 73?

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The only thing I will say is that it is brakes. It’s your life.

 

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Mustang Steve has been around for a while and is known to have quality products.

 

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I took it to mean that it is better to buy known quality products, Ford quality brakes, quality brackets (from Mustang Steve), rather than pieced together parts of unknown quality from an unknown seller.

 

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I have all the factory disc parts off a 71-3's for converting

pedal, booster / M/C, prop valve, spindles, calipers  sometimes rotors  275.00 up depending on condition ... usually recommend getting booster M/C and calipers rebuilt for safety...   But it is all stock Ford parts

 

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I have all the factory disc parts off a 71-3's for converting

pedal, booster / M/C, prop valve, spindles, calipers  sometimes rotors  275.00 up depending on condition ... usually recommend getting booster M/C and calipers rebuilt for safety...   But it is all stock Ford parts
Send me pics. 

thanks.

 

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I took it to mean that it is better to buy known quality products, Ford quality brakes, quality brackets (from Mustang Steve), rather than pieced together parts of unknown quality from an unknown seller.
Exactly what I meant.

 
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