Power Disc Brake Conversion 67-69 Ford with Automatic Transmission - 4Piston
Ford Mustang, Automatic Transmission
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Rotor Included: Yes
Rotor Style: Standard
Rotor Construction: Cast Iron
Rotor Diameter: 11.33 in
Rotor Thickness (in): .812 in
Caliper Included: Yes
Caliper Piston Quantity: 4
Caliper Material: Cast Iron
Caliper Finish: Zinc Plated
Caliper Piston Material: Stainless Steel
Minimum Recommended Wheel Diameter (in): 14x7
Spindles Included: No
Master Cylinder Included: Yes
Brake Booster Included: Yes
Brake Lines Included: Yes
Notes: Will fit most 14 in Ford Original Disc brake wheels, Includes new power brake pedal, Auto trans only
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- 60.0 lbs.
- W12.0000” x H11.0000” x L12.0000”
Total Reviews (1)
Reviewed by: mark01/06/2023 12:30AM
Product ownership: Less than 3 months
Purchased from: LEED Brakes
I am in the process of converting a 1967 6 cylinder Mustang to V8 power. As part of the conversion, I decided to upgrade the original front brake system, which consists of 4-lug manual drum brakes, to a 5-lug power disc brake set up. After shopping around, I chose Leed Brakes, part number FC0002-3405A. A similar kit was offered through Summit, but I decided to deal with Leed Brakes directly. I upgraded to cross-drilled slotted rotors (FC0002RKX) and black powder coated calipers (BFC0001CH). There was a one-week lead time in shipping due to the cross-drilled rotor option, but they were well worth the wait. I did paint the center section of the rotors glossy black to match the black powder coated calipers. The installation instructions included with the kit were well written and very helpful. Overall, I was very happy with the kit and would highly recommend it. I would like to add a few notes about the actual installation. First, the rotors, calipers, dust shield and braided flex lines were easily installed with no required modification to the dust shield that Leed Brakes warns might be needed. Second, I did have to modify the supplied template for mounting the new power assisted brake master cylinder to the firewall. The opening for the master cylinder actuator rod did have to be enlarged a little to allow for the rubber boot surrounding the actuator rod. Third, installing the new proportioning valve does require bending the hard line supplied with the valve. Also, even though the hard lines connecting the new master cylinder to the existing distribution block are pre-bent, they did have to be tweaked just a little to fit properly, Lastly, installing the new power brake pedal did require a little extra effort. The pivot point for the new pedal is located at the top of the existing pedal bracket. Unlike the pivot point for the manual pedal which is located a little lower in the bracket. To gain enough clearance to install the new bolt for the new pedal, I did have to loosen the bolts holding the existing pedal bracket to the firewall and steering wheel column. Again, I am very happy with the results and am confident that once I have the car back on the road, everything will work great. Note, I did have to call the tech help line once for clarification. They were very prompt in answering the phone and answering my questions.
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