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  1. Classic Tech
    about a year ago i replaced my passenger side shock tower because it was cracked up the side. in doing this i had to disconnect the brake line that runs to the passenger caliper on my front power disk brake system on my 68 coupe. i forgot to reconnect this line after i installed the shock tower...
  2. Classic Tech
    Hi,I'm helping my buddy on a 67 coupe.Originally 6cyl,automatic,4 wheel drums.Installing 89-93 motor,world class t5,4 wheel discs.Before I was involved he purchased a ssbc front brake kit(manual non-power),now were going with power brakes.Also purchased a explorer disc rear end.I researched...
  3. Classic Tech
    I'm a little new to this. I have a 67 Mustang coupe with factory power brakes. At least I think they are factory. Suddenly the power in the brakes stopped working requiring extensive force to stop/slow the car. Brakes fluid is full, brakes are bled. Pedal is not mushy at all, I just have to...
  4. Classic Tech
    Hello all. I'm upgrading the driveline of my 68, and am going to Willwood discs all around. I currently have a Versaille rear and Granada front brakes with a manual master cylinder. I found ABS Powerbrakes makes an electric power master, and was wondering if anyone has gone this route. A...
  5. Classic Talk
    I have a 1965 Coupe and am planning in installing a T-5 to replace my original C4. I will need a clutch pedal kit and am looking around to see whats out there that is good in quality and affordable. Currently I have drums all around and am planning into doing a cobra disc conversion later on...
  6. Classic Tech
    I'd like to convert my 66 coupe with manual trans to dual master cylinder and possibly power brakes. I'm on a budget and feel certain disc brakes are not possible. Can you suggest a kit or how to piece together parts in order to do this. When I start I'd like to be certain I have all...
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