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Short answer no trucks just 64-66 mustang and falcon and the 1977-1981 Granada/Versailles you can use the 9 inch out of it and it has rear disc and the front spindles are a good way to get disc brakes cheap.
 

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A good source for interchangeable parts are the Falcon, Comet, Maverick, Fairlane, Torino, Ranchero, Granada, Monarch and Versailles. There is a book that is quite expensive new, but is the industry standard for interchange parts, it's called the Hollander Interchange Manual. It's has it all. You may be able to find a copy at a reasonable price from a used book store. I believe that they are published yearly.
 

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Short answer no trucks just 64-66 mustang and falcon and the 1977-1981 Granada/Versailles you can use the 9 inch out of it and it has rear disc and the front spindles are a good way to get disc brakes cheap.
I have to disagree: You can use water pumps, pulleys (302), alternators, etc, etc from Ford Trucks! There is a wealth of parts out there for the Hot Rod/Classic Mustang Builder!
 
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