MaxGrip Lite 4 Piston Manual Disc Brake Conversion 67-69 Ford | Red 4 Piston Caliper

Ford Mustang Fairlane Falcon Torino Disc Brake Conversion

Add the safety, reliability and performance of disc brakes to your 1967-1969 Ford Mustang with this drum to manual disc brake conversion from LEED Brakes. In this Manual Front Disc Brake Conversion kit, you receive everything you need to mount LEED's aluminum MaxGrip Lite 4 piston caliper disc brakes to the original drum brake spindles currently on your classic Ford Mustang. This kit also includes MaxGrip XDS Cross Drilled & Slotted Rotors as well as braided hoses. This MaxGrip kit is a direct bolt on with NO cutting, drilling or welding required. All components used in these kits are new, high-quality, precision-machined products. A great conversion kit with a factory look and easy installation! Note: Fits 1967-1969 V8 drum brake spindles. Also fits 1967-1969 6cyl spindles but converts the vehicle to 5 lug.

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Upgrade your 1967-1969 Ford Mustang with LEED Brakes' manual disc brake conversion kit, ensuring enhanced safety, reliability, and performance. This manual front disc brake conversion kit comes complete with everything required to install LEED's MaxGrip Lite 4 Piston aluminum calipers onto your classic Mustang's existing drum brake spindles. Included in the 1967-69 Ford Manual Disc Brake Conversion kit are the MaxGrip XDS Cross Drilled & Slotted Rotors and braided hoses, providing a significant upgrade over the original braking system.

This MaxGrip conversion kit is designed for a direct bolt-on application with no need for cutting, drilling, or welding, making installation straightforward. All parts are new, high-quality, and precision-machined for a perfect fit and superior braking performance. This kit not only upgrades your Mustang's braking capabilities but also retains a factory-style appearance.

Please note: This kit is compatible with 1967-1969 V8 drum brake spindles and 1967-1969 6cyl spindles, converting the vehicle to a 5 lug configuration. It includes front-position components, with rotors featuring the MaxGrip XDS style - cross-drilled and slotted for improved heat dissipation and braking efficiency. The rotors are cast iron, 11.33 inches in diameter and .812 inches thick, paired with red powder-coated aluminum calipers equipped with four stainless steel pistons.

The kit does not include spindles but comes with a master cylinder, without a brake booster, and includes all necessary brake lines. It is designed to fit most 14-inch Ford original disc brake wheels, ensuring a broad compatibility range within the specified model years.

Transform your Mustang's braking system with this comprehensive disc brake conversion kit from LEED Brakes, featuring advanced components for improved performance and a sleek appearance.

1967-69 Ford Manual Disc Brake Conversion Kit Highlights

Position: Front
Rotor Included: Yes
Rotor Style: MaxGrip XDS - Cross Drilled & Slotted
Rotor Construction: Cast Iron
Rotor Diameter: 11.33 in
Rotor Thickness (in): .812 in
Caliper Included: Yes
Caliper Piston Quantity: 4
Caliper Material: Aluminum
Caliper Finish: Red Powder Coated
Caliper Piston Material: Stainless Steel
Minimum Recommended Wheel Diameter (in): 14x7
Spindles Included: No
Master Cylinder Included: Yes
Brake Booster Included: No
Brake Lines Included: Yes
Quantity: Kit
Notes: Will fit most 14 in Ford original disc brake wheels

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  • 60.0 lbs.
  • W12.0000” x H11.0000” x L12.0000”

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