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Ok I am looking at throwing a new suspension into my 68 coupe project. I was wondering if anybody has used or heard anything about this kit: http://www.mustangsplus.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=MPFMP&Product_Code=08505&Category_Code=handle
Any help is much appreciated.

Now for my brake question. As of right now my car has non-power drums all around. I would like to eventually convert to power disks up front(maybe in back too donw the road). However for right now I was wondering how I could just convert them to being power brakes(w/o the disks for now)? Also how do you and what parts are needed to convert the front drums to disks? Thanks for helping the n00b:)
 

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I have just completed a front suspension and disc brake kit installation on my 67. It is actually at the alignment shop now, so in the next couple of days I will know exactly how it came out but I went with the basic disk brake kit from stainless steel brakes, this is what was recommended from the actual vendor for a basic street driver, non-power kit with standard rotors.

http://www.ssbrakes.com/products/detail/428/?make=Ford&model=Mustang&year=1967

I also used the super suspension kit from Mustangs Unlimited, part #FEKS5, along with new Grab-a-Trak springs, KYB shocks, and a 1" sway bar for the front.

It all went on fairly easy, just a few hiccups.
 
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